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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Eau Gallic. Lake Worfh. Ford-Gihsoii Controvert'. John I.. Varnuni Dead. I Xoticc ; Orange firovfers.
! Rumor says! that we shall soon have Nobody
roasting
1 Editor
church. Florida Star: JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Dec. !9th.- We find that a crop of three million

'j an organ in our Though the norther is over, DEC. 10th. News reached here to-day of the deathof boxes of oranges, the greater portion of

4 Are we to have a;basket picnic on the The mail boat upset again: on the 1st, i In your last you omitted Gibson's John Varnum at Avon: Mass., until them in such sections of the State as re-

. ocean beach Christinas day? this time near Palm Beach. p lain statement of facts while publish- recently one of the most prominent quire on account of liability to freeze,

: \\*. II- Olcason: and family returned ,Capt Crugcr has been quite sick, but l ug the whilom Secretary's verbose and I journalists in Florida. He was furmr.r-I that they should be marketed by the

:';.\ to Eau Gallic during the past week. at last accounts was somewhat better. uperogatory: remarks.: You will, how- I ly city editor of the Times of 1st, of January if possible, is ,glutting the

Capt. Adams left for points up the Assistant-keeper D. A. Allen vcr, of course: ill your forthcoming and later a partner with Cha II. Jones market, and sacrificing the fruit at ruinous

river on Friday last in his sloop the down from Jupiter on the 1st, raid back ran issue, yield space to Gibson's three en- in the management!: of the Timcs-lJnion.ie s : prices.: .

Kelpie. on the 3rd.Church losures: and caption of last: week above l established the Murniny Xcics in88G We of Indian River feel that we

Caj't. Bennett of this t place intends referred to, so that it may be seen and subsequently became a stock- i should act in concert, and resort to some
as the lumber be services were held in the east that Gibson; at least has been consistent, h older and managing: editor of the steps to make the most of the advantages
as soon
building laid down on his land. can side Gale" officiating.school-house on the 2nd, Rev. 1:. honorable and independent as he always .yews-Herald, from which position: he reigned { we enjoy in climate enabling: us:; to hold

is. Having .viid and written no more s : November, 1SST, on account of our fruit till 1 iGrurrn.llarcle, and April
The Hodgson Uros. hteamcr Kathleen F. S. Dewey and wife are now I living than constrained to do by local public ill health. lIe died of blood poison AVe feel that it then will be to our advantage -

made the usual fortnightly; trip from in the residence of the late .1I.11'. Dim- interest and 'pride of place," when he tie was 34 years old. I to have the Indian River fruit

Tropic to last.Melbourne and return on ick at Palm Beach.C. could have slid: a great deal more in John Varnum was burn at Dracot, !; so handled as to be distinctly known from
Saturday '
C. Ilaight; left on the 4th for the strict accord with veracity and duty and lear Lowell, Mass., in the :year of 18I:>4, j other fruits shipped by unprincipled

Gov.
and Messrs. J. 0. Walton and G. II. the Oaklawn House.K. orn eat the time of his
Clarke left here for Titusville on Monday M. BrcUford is some better and I). P. nln ox. educated' at one of the best classical ofour fruit and lowering: the priceof

on a short visit. round again: ,. }but is still far from well, 'schools in New England; in a small it. To avoid this, we propose to call

The Eau Gallic Baptist Church was inch to the regret: : of his many friends. The Midiiiijlt Conclave Cider ([joUcn, Secretarial New Hampshire town, and retained the our ;growers together: arrange: and resort .

filled on :Sunday; last by an attentive Applications have been made fur the Teapot tempest" scholarly habits of his: boyhood until the to a plan! that we know will greatly: adVance

eon.reation.: The Kev. S. F. Gove pcning of Editor Fla. Star: hue of his death. He read law in Lowell our interest-having; an association
() a post-office on the west: side
t conducted the services of the lake, at the Ouklawn House to be Mr. Nesbitt's !letter in jour issue of and at completion of his studies thoturii apparently lying: latent

Mr. Carter and family, from Orlando, called "Oak lawn.: 29th! November appears somewhat obfuscating joined his father's: family in Florida, "The Indian Hirer suit and Veyt table

are visiting this place with the intention and oblivious of filets By what where General Varnum was then in Protective Association"
The
becoming permanent residents in the railroad :grade: is about completed hyperbolic sophistry:; or hairsplitting charge; Tinted States troops at Pcnsa- We now call upon its members, and

future should they find a suitable loca- from Jupiter to the head of the lake, theory of consistency i the Sebastian cola. Like many another joung man in the all other good citizens of our river section -

f OD. and tics arc being got out and will probably 'cider element" be condemned and denounce carl)' d.iys of the Florida boom :Mr. Ararium to meet at A. L. Hatch & Son's
be laid the coming week.
)Ir. J K. 31. Hodgson returned ,.lllIi its deliberately chosen and decided to turn his attention tomiugegrowing store, at City Point, on Saturday: the
no.
Titusville : Geo. S. Rowley has rented the house lejiantly nominated Representative: ; :, and for that purpose 13th inst., for the purpose taking such
from morning lastin
on Sunday
the Belle loaded ou the A. K. Ileyser homestead, now advocate<< extolled and defended! G ib- bought a beautiful tract of land n&ir action as may seem best for disposing

lumber sharpie be used in, down with wned by K. B. Briggs: and has moved oil's object was to secure for( the seventh Eau Gallic\ on the Indian River, and of our crop of oranges and vegetables,
to improvements
his Eau Gallic on his family down from his homestead district, for combined Justice and one of the most beautiful spots in that and also transacting other important

property. and will winter it on the lake front. Notary Public, a man thorouhly: com- Famous section of the State.. The story business fur the interest of our citizens.

A singing class will be opened on Capt. Tiffany, a Nebraska blizzard ictent, clear-headed and honest, regardless of his marriage:; was a most romantic one. The steamer Rockledge will then be

Saturday next under the guidance of sufferer, arrived here Nov. 29th! during : of whom, or what anti-prohibi- 3Iiss Josie L. Dyer, of East Stoughton, running: from Melbourne and all other

Mr. Blatch, of Canada, who has decided the norther and his :greatest objection to ioniftt it might: antagonize: as conelu- Mass., had: been his boyhood's love, and points north to City Point. We hopeto
make this arrange: with the boat officials to
to place his future winter residence the country was the hot weather just ively evinced by his Initial letter herewith the attachment had :grown into an engagement. bring: citizens at half price; Come one.

The pupils will meet in the then prevailing.: lIe is looking around in which not a word is visible relative Circumstances prevented come all and we hope our friends

Baptist Church on Saturday next at with a view to locating: and may do so to "hard cider," peach cider, Qr his repairing to Miss Dyers home at the north of City Point will come and deliberate -

three o'clock p. in. Tuition free. if, when the sun shines again, it wont cane cider, or cider "with a nail in it." time agreed: upon for the marriage, and with us. AVe especially thata
delegation from LaGrange and intermediate -
., As a :great many tourists do not know wake the climate too hot :for him. I finally, how could anyone imagine: that the :young lady accompanied by friends points shall meet with: us.:

the exact location of Eau Gallic, we .. )Ir. Nesbitt's letter of refutation"was proceeded to the Indian River, and was I LEWIS POW

may here state that this charmingly-: Melbourne.We desired fur consignment to the perpetu- there met by her betrothed. The ceremony A. AV. HAUDEE.
situated place is about 40 miles from our
county town-Titusville. It is located omitted to mention in the list of arrivals seclusion of Gibson's desk, instead of was performed by the light: of the G. S.' HARDEE.
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on the west bank of Indian River, aaduunmediatcly Mr. Henry, of Wayncsboro, X. being applied to its legitimate: purpose i moon, in an open boat, upon the placid II: C. EVER.A. OOTES..

opposite the extreme endof C., who proposes to visit the lower river of"refilting"pulHohcc1111alinm: t, asper I waters of the river, and the attending: I. .MooiiE. '-- -' """' *.

1 Banana Jlerritt's River.Wand Indian and River the mouth this of l ooking for a location to engage in pineapple sions which Mr. Xl 8hitt'8 misrepresented festivities were of a most interesting and E. }:. HILL.
at
culture. letter had: been made father. And romantic kind. R. ANDREWS..
place is little
a over two miles wide,and
jfo belt ot land between it and the Mr. Lewis K. Smith has begun opera- further, as\Ir. Nesbitt stated, unqualifiedly Nr.1'arnuni subsequently made Tal- B.. A.MAGRUDER GINORAS, Secretary., President.L. .

ocean about u mile wide. The Eau tions on his lots and buildings on Front in prior letters "that if no better man lahassee his home, and atone time was ------
Gillie River-which is a splendid liar in .our"mJ') "opinion is proposed, I Deputy States Marshal under Major -
bur of refuge for yachts in stormy street, and we expect to see in a few oUcc.
.eather-has, at its mouth, high: rocky days the legend oysters in any form. would accept the nomination," and that Sherman Conant. Later he came to The undersigned i having been annoyedby

Huff* on either side, and for some distance Warm meals at all hours. he "wrote nothing; but what he is wile Jacksonville and formed a law partnership tramps and negroes; who surreptitiously

I north and south. There is a ling for every one to sec." So docs Gib- with E. 31. Cheney, Esq., but gave visited his orange grove arid purloined -
depth of about six feet of water closeto The lots at Melbourne Beach, son now state that/i said nothingeither at his practice to position fruit during the past! week or
up accept a on
the rocks at some points, and the purchased by Mrs. andIiss Cummings two, he desires to state that if these
the nomination, or the election, that he the stalfof Times the publication which
further
depredations committed, the
steamers can land passengers and freight: : from Major Graves are being thor- are
." within a short distance of shore. The oughly cleared will not reiterate, or that he is unwilling had only been recently begun by Mr. C. parties must take the consequences as
landfrotrtingIndianBiveratthis point is preparatory to building. should be published. And, however unpleasant II. .J ones. 'i'hiswas in IdSl. Upon the well as the hot (shot) reception they
And we hear rumors that a start will be will be treated well.F. .
owned by Governor Gleason and Messrs gratuitously to as
: the
while
spectacle, freely admitting purchase of the Union by )Ir. Jones,
J. O. and Chas. II. Walton, John Mc made this winter on the hotel at that II. BOYE.Titusville .
: the natural right onallibcrty" and its consolidation
"per with his
or own paper
Allister C. J. Hector H. It
Olmstead
point Dec 10th 1RSs.NOTICE. .
J>'. A. Treutler, \V.. II. Adams and of an individual to drink him- under the name of the Times-Union %

Messrs Houston. This small river is We are pained to hear there is verylittle self into imbecility, or nonexistence, he i Mr. Varnum continued his connection .

Wvigable for steamers fur nearly two improvement and little hopes in will never permit a bibulous, or other- as city editor, and later secured an interest Six weeks after date I will apply to
miles, and is said to have one of the the case of Mrs. Clark, (mother-in-law olK. .
west wise incapable magistrate, or other official in the establishment, the firmbe the Honoiable Minor S. Jones. CountP.JIIIIo
water powers in the State when P. Branch who of Kievard Florida for
) prostrated
was bJa ; county.
improved. It is six miles from to order, or control Gibson's affairs, ing: known as Jones & Varnum. In
only letters of administration on the estate of
J Like Washington, which is the head of paralytic stroke several days ago, the interests, or business, or that of timee 1884 )1 r. Varnuin sold out his interestto : Susan P. Pnsseli! late of said county de-

the St. John's River. At this point the left side being; the one affected and th public, if there be any alternative or )lr. Jones, and accepted the position ceased. AJ1 the kin mind creditors and,

proposed} canal is located, which will, advanced age of the lady, precludes al)) possible means of prevention. Vale, of secretary of the Jacksonville Board of other persons interested will therefore
eventually, connect the St. John's River hope of take l1 tict>.
t. with Indian River. This town has been recovcry. y.;le. Respectfully. Trade, and proved himself one of the JAMES A. RUSSELL.!

I a !aid out and is on high ground overlook- Our enterprising market man, Mr. D. D. P. GII SOX. most efficient officers which the 'Board Dated November 29th, 188$. ,

tIndian River ; from the second story W. McQuaig, has been well)) supplict ever had. He resigned this position in i Citation.To .

land inflows the ocean can be seen. The with oysters of the best quality, beef: SEBASTIAN, FLA., Oct. 3rd, 1SSS. the summer of 1885, and in February,
all whom it
rises from the river at an angle o f I may concern.
about 25 degrees, and runs-back at that fresh pork, chickens etc., and with fresh Mr. n: J. Xcsbitt, Micco.. JSSu', began; : the publication of the Morning Take notice, that on the 5th day of

angle fur one thousand feet, and then fish in abundance, wild ducks and venison DEAR SIR-Will you not come down Xcics. This he continued to edit January, A. I). 1SSS. 1 will apply to the

! treads out into a plain. The settlers on I sweet and Irish-potatoes onions, to the district nomination Kitching's until May, 1887, when the Florida Printing Hon. Minor S. Jones, County Judge of
at ; lirevard Fla., for letters of administration
)1u River at present comprise grapes, apples, guavas, oranges, pineapples and Publishing county
Company purchased
& J. E. :M. Hodgson, J. O. Walton, rstore, Saturday, the Gth iust., for Justice of the estate of George
JA.. Treutler, Capt. Bennett, John lemons, limes, bananas, etc. W c and Constable ? it, and subsequently consolidated: i it Warren deceased, and all and sundrythe

who John Houston, and a few others manage to find enough to eat. Many of us would like to see you with the Herald under the name of the I Wlrl"cn.deceased kindred andcl"editors of said admonished Geor e
hereby
are
: are about to erect residences. Eau the arrivals last week Xem-Hcrald of which \Ir. Varnum became
Among
we notcIrs.
'::1'+ Gtlhe has hold the position of Justice and Notary" to be and appear on said day at the office
one of the most substantial and Miss White Mrs. Lonnen Mr,
Public and hope the managing: editor. In Novemberof of said judge. and how cause why
;G lteaznboat wharves for landing freigh t and Mrs. 3Ietcalf )lr. Chas. Metcalf voters in vicinity
that he served his connectionwith said letters of administration should not
of will attend and aid in the year
.
another Miccp
! Fingers the river and Mr. Voit, of Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Phil be granted.
... I be completed and nomination, as well as in the election o f the paper and, though in failing
ere long. lips and their son daughter, andliss SOCIETY W ARK EX.
) Maut, of Chicago: Mrs. Carter am I District Democratic Executive Committee health, devoted himself quite extensively Dated this 29th day Nov 1SS8.A'OTIC'E. .
1 tlldlan I that we may not be again misrepresented -- ---
daughter and Miss Jennie Strawbridge l to magazine literature of his
Hirer Mission, M. E in County Convention. one articles .
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of Pennsylvania.: 11.11' Beaujean the tariff in the
on appearing
,..'. Church Soulh. and family of New York, Dr. Lyman Respectfully, All persons having claims against the
lJc fourth Quarterly Conference wa i and family of Ohio, Mrs. and Miss Cum D. P. GIBSON. forth American Review. estate of Benjamin C. Willard late of

r. ff at City Point on Saturday Dec i wings, Michigan, are cxpectedi John Varnum was one of the most JJrevard County, deceased, are hereby
. '\. + and by adjournment at Cocoa on i shortly. We believe several friends mil 1 Micco, BREVARD COUNT, brilliant newspaper men ever in the profession required to present them, properly
.' J& 3$, the Rev. II. B. Frazee Pr authenticated, within the time prescribed
; e- accompany Mrs. and Miss CunimingsWe : Oct. 4th, 1SSS. in Florida. His
,a style was by law, to the Honorable Minor S.Jones
er'iu the chair.*
TKSr Capt. Wilcox Mr. S. It
expect D. P. Gibson
Eq. cible and when his of said to the
for following officers were appointeer Smith, of Chautauqua, T.1',11r. and writings for-I County Judge County. cr
r ] the ensuing Tear Board of Trustees: Mrs. Henry Whiting will come alon:: DEAR SIR-Thank you for notifying humorous vein he had no equal in undersigned or this notice will stand in
'tl bar of anal<< all Indebted
t.1P.Sharpe, soon We }hare heard that a number o{' me of the primary on Saturday. I will State. Friends admired, and foes feared to payment paid estate; are required persons to
t L. be down if'at all possible. Should Mr
IJa" Hatcb, S. II. Ray, expected with them.
persons are his caustic pen. He was energetic i make immediate settlement with the un
ue11'anlandinham Cain another old settler of 1ood
Jas. H. or
JT : Owen,
I Simmons W. L. M. D. A few beautiful days since our las t standing be nominated for Justice I and enterprising, and even under the dersigned.
Hupblett, ; .
( tdD : real Florida weather We received I depression of ill-health was one of the LAURA E. WILLABD.Administratrix
e Vaniels- a would wish l-
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him
Stewards: City PointK not to oppose especial
of
a ymost of the estate B. C.
1 '* I A. ttenlz call last week from Mr. Foster, lately if he were a good Democrat. However plucky men imaginable. He was I
. : and A. L. Hatch ; Rock- Willard, deceased. ,
' '.'- }fooe.. W. L Hujhlett; Cocoa, A. I. from Kansas. He is very much please Ii if no bitter man in your opinion i is proposed genial known and and popular his death wherever will lIe was the I Cocoa, 'la... Dec.4th, 1888. 33
with country and climate which c cause
,. ; c' ; Titus\"ille, S. II. Ray; La our I would accept the nomination
F. : describes as most delightful spring I Would not Mercer take the nomination deepest regret throughout a wide circle
fr'o.. Chappell.. Superintend
.t:, fUt It S Sunday School : Titusville, ". weather. We who have resided hen for constable ? I think he would be of his friends in Florida., 1e I TO RENT OR FOR SALEA

t, 8hi1 lt ; Brantley, James II. Owen ; for any length of time lose sight of the a good man. I think with you that w I
. .... ,;: A.'Jack P.attillo. manifold blessings we enjoy, and arcmore should have a delegate with more back r. & _-'. M. HANDSOME, NEW
--': f'; increase *n members was reported? apt to consider the few annoyance bone at this convention, and the matter m The regular: communication of the
. .tJ ti r era Was reported at each point, i iy Edward King writing some years ago an should be looked after. Unfortunatelyour Indian River Lodge, Xo. 00, will beheld MODERN COTTAGE .
t lie eptl1tnent of church work. Thre article on the South aptly expresses the voters ore nearly all awayThen at their hall Saturday evening, EIGHT ROOMS
So ;: rlces were conducted on Sun thought as follows : "The charm of th e are only my father, Mr, Mitchell and Dee. 15th. A full attendance is called )) OF ,
,' ,l hea t Mteoa% the congregations: bein: Southern climate is like the perfume of myself representing the Democratic for, as there will be an election of WITH HALF AH ACRE OF GROUND
-. t.: \1 TTWO able sermons were preache the jessamine. At first one's senses are party here, and only Williamson on the officers for the lodge, for the ensuing laid Pleas surroundings.
:;4- tied '.11: B. Frazee. The event ere drunk with its perfume; bye and bye one other ticket. I will brim all down that masonic year. Brethren will take due Nicely View out.of River. Address /
,;.,-:- It t Interest becomes accustomed to it and absence e I can muster. notice and govern themselves according ,
i. ; ::zlaf1es Bolton is Pastor of the alone can teach him its delights" Yours very truly, By order of W. M.J. MRS. L. A. MACKENZIE.- ". '
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THE PERFUMER'S ART. I SCENES OF SENSUOUS BEAUTY. I L. C. OLIVEPv. F. T. BUDGE

Two Processes by Which Odors Are Extracted Interesting People Who Loiter Their OLIV"ER 3'b B"tJ"DGE
from FIo\Ters-A Classification Hoars Away In West Indian Tropic <

There are two chief processes by which" I Hindoos, coolies; mm: women and *> .
odors are extracted and retained. One children-standing, walking or sitting in Dealers inGEORGIA
is by distillation or what is called maceration I the sun, under the shadowing of the
-the essential oil or otto in which palms. Men squatting, with hands
the perfume resides being extracted by I clasped over their black knees steadily PINE LUMBER
vaporizing from the flowers, leaves and I observe you from under their white turbans -

roots, or other portions of the plant containing -very steadily, with a slight scowl. ,
it. The other, and by far more I All these Indian faces have the same set
delicate and interesting is by absorptionor stern expression, the same knitting of the SHINGLES AND LATHS.
enfleurage. This is resorted to in the I brows, and the keen strong gaze is
case of all the more delicate flowers, not altogether pleasant.: It borders upon \
such as the rose, jasmine, tuberose and hostility; it is the look of measurement I EJJJ"EJR..AL, :ELA.1DWV AR.E
ClSSia."here the essence is so fine thatit measurement physical and moral. In ,
has by practice been found to be in- the mighty swarmings of India these 9
jured by heat. The principle of odor have learned the full meaning and forc3of
Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware
absorption from flowers is based simply life's law as wo Occidentals rarely ; and Crockery.Eefrigerators
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on the established law of affinity which I learn it. Under the dark forehead with .
hydro-carbons-that is, beef and mutton its fixed frown the eye glitters like a
fats-have for perfumes. When these 1 serpent's. EAiITI AD 01[ S
have been highly purified they catch, '" Nearly all wear the same Indian dress ,
and in catching concentrate and inten- the thickly folded turban usually white,
Water Coolers
sify the odors communicated to them. I white drawers reaching but half! way Ice Cream Freezers
The modus operandi is of the simplest I down the thigh, leaving the knees and ,

and is not at all times of the cleanest. I the legs bare, and white jacket. A few Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
The visitor to the perfume factory would I don long blue robes and wear a colored ,
see multitudes of wooden frames leaving I head dress. These are babagees, priests.All .

rims about three inches in depth, in I the men look tall; they are lithe, POWDER AT NEW
YORK PRICES.
which are set several sheets of glass. very slender, small boned, but the limbs
These frames are lifted to a bench and are well turned. They are grave, talk
all the glasses are spread over with layersof in low tones and seldom smile. Those TITUSVILLE, FLORIDLY.TITUSVILLS .

pure fat somewhat less than quarter you see with very heavy, full beards are --- ----- ------- ------- -- --- ------ --- -
of an inch thick) aqd over this fat arc probably Mussulmans; they have their I I TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS
carefully shed the leaves of whatever mosques and the cry of the muezzin !
flowers may be plentiful at the season, sounds thrice daily over the vast cane Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.

fresh and full of odor. After the flower fields. Some shave-Buddhists or fol I I TDI.. L RIVER XURSISRIKS.Bone .
leaves are spread out, the glasses are re- lowers of Hindooism-but the childrenof FURNITURE
I STORE.
I Meal Tobacco Stems Cotton-seed
Meal Cow Peas & Fertilizers.
placed in the frame, one on top of the Islam never. Very comely some of ,
tftherj till eaql l frame l looks like a solid the women are in their close clinging, 1 I CATALOGUE AILED FEEE. TERMS= CASH.JOHN : .

box of fat. Next the frames are slid soft, brief roles and<< tantalizing veils: a. : Ill. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, East 3Ipllionriu% Fla.
into boxes made to receive them, something costume leaving shoulders, arms and .
like our strawberry boxes, and ankles bare. The dark arm is always -
these are then closely shut. In a very tapered and rounded; the silver circled .A.. 'rosclier:: i IRRIGATE IRRIGATE f t
short time the fat will have caught nil ankle always elegantly knit to tho light,
the odor and having caught: it will hold straight foot. Many of these slim girls PROPRIETOR. -o:
it, too, so that it can be conveyed uninjured whether standing or walking: or in repose I i
hundreds of miles. present perpetually studies grace; I
The next question is to free the im- their attitude when erect always sug- The r'quist of a good Wind Engine

prisoned spirit. The fat is cut up into gests lightness and suppleness, like the Parlor Suites I i
small square portions and put into alcohoL poise of a perfect dancer.A me POWEK, LIGHT r.rXXIXG, ELro -
The delicate essence at once parts coolie mother passes, carrying at her
from its coarser companion, and uniting hip a very pretty naked baby. It has Bed Room Suites 0cT.tD v i: it N i N o &TmXOTH TO W1TJI"
ing itself to the alcohol is fit for the exquisite delicacy of limb; its tiny ankles 11G1NE to -
i market. are circled by thin bright silver rings; it : STOE3IS PU- J 3T ABILITY, HrUtire. -
Another method but not so commonly looks like a little bronze statuette a statueof Beds Mattresses
followed, is to spread the flowers upon Kama., the Indian Eros. The mother'sarms CITY.
cloths saturated with oils, which, when are covered from elbow to wrist
the absorption is supposed to have ended with silver bracelets some flat and dec Springs I Numbers of tc=- : t. timotdah aD I.-

are placed in a press and the impregnatedoil orated, others coarse round smooth, ,
squeezed out. with ends hammered into the form of shown to prove the KirkwOOtI'\1odEa-
In the preparation of scents the an- viper heads. She has large flowers of And everything in the FURNITURE i

" cients, as in so many, many other things, gold in her (ears a small gold flower in }line. Call anil tee the New Stock 1 bins posseses all .
anticipated in principle at least the most her very delicate. little nose. This nose just received.
recent methods approved of science. The ornament does not seem absurd; on these -
absorbing substance with them was ben dark skins the effect is, on the contrary, Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden

oil obtained from the Moringa, a tree pleasing, although bizarre. All this Coffins Cases and Caskets. THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINE
growing in Egypt, India and Ceylon. It jewelry is pure metal; it is thus the I
bears a pod containing several peculiar I coolies carry their savings; they do not Funerals attended if desired. All orders I Is the Most Reliable} Durable, Lightest-running and Powerful Wind Engine in
shaped, three cornered seeds: from whicha I learn to trust the banks until they become promptly executed, and at ren onn- vented.Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome appearance makes i'
pure and scentless oil is obtained. Cot- rich.There rates. Embalming done. 22 most desirable} and economical for the purchaser.
ton was soaked in the oil and placed in is a woman going to market, avery
layers between the flowers and then odd little woman; is: she a Chino- GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS, PIPING.
pressed down in a water bath for about blanco-a coolio or a :Malay half breed? Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated Ctta
twenty-four hours. I do not know. She represents a type I Foreign and Domestic. logue,free. Address,

Evidently, too. the method has not have never seen before. She wears one
G. LOUTREL
varied much in OuTcrent periods, for Cul- loose soft white pwraient. leaving arms, LUCAS EDEJV FLORIDA.THAT'S .

pepper in his English Physician," pub- ankles and part Oi: uuck and bosom exposed Seiser I .8mB Cornp'ygcnts -------------
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lished in 1C33: gives the following receipofor like a low cut sleeveless chemise ,
but less long. Her whole figure is
the process: .\ for & Co's Hammock .
Bishop, Iloyt
'Having bruized the herbs or flowers rounded, compact, admirably knit, and Land Florida
you would make your Oyl of, put themin her walk is indescribably light supple, Florida.OrangeyCitrn LOWER THE TARIFF !
graceful. But be face is it is
an earthen and to two or three r queer; an
pot Oriental a Chinese dream, ...--.......................
handfuls of them pour a pint of Oyl, grotesque
cover the pot with a paper and set it in obliquo eyes and bluo black brows: and
: and broad cheek bones. GO MISSION MERCHANDISE WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT.
the sun, about a fortnight or less, according hair.'Y high { D
as the sun is in hotness; then, having Singular as it is, this face has the veritable -
I bcautedu diablo it is ----- DEMOCRATS CAN'T
warmed it very wcl by the fire press ; a very young
out the herbs;:, etc., very hard in a press, I and very fresh face, and the uncommonly I
and add as many more herbs to the same long black silky lashes give her Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. AXI)

Oyl, bruize (the herbs, I mean, not the gaze a very pleasing, velvety expression.Still :
23 N. Delaware Ave. and 20 Water St.Philadelphia .
the most remarkable REPUBLICAN'S WON'T
Oyl)in like manner, sot them in the sun peculiarityshe ,
as before; the oftener you repeat this the has is her color, clear and strange, Pa.
stronger will your Oyl be; at last when almost exactly the color of a fine ripe BUT I WILL !

you conceive it strop:; enough boyl both lemon.-Lafcadio Hearn in Harper's References:-Seventh Nat'l. Bank; Produce '
herbs and Oyl togcthei till the juice be Magazine. I Nat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agenciesor i I AM READY TO LOWER THE TARIFF

consumed, which you may know by its I any Produce House in Philadelphia.can I
leaving bubbling and the herbs will be I ON1VIEN'S5
crisp, then ctrain it while it is hot, and I A Hard \\orklc: Novelist. AG Nz=BB S Day profit make S5.00 selling per our

keep it in a stone vessel for your use." A gentleman who lives I recel visited _tai VV\"LUUM3.Ve arid fur low price beat .the A
The number of so called perfumes is VFilkie Collins at his home 1.1: VTi.ipoovtcet. : (aD .....t.MlllfITC GIUlan-t'J.Irti.: : YOUTH'S & CHILDREN'SCLOTEXN'"Gr.
without end and is largely a matter of London says that tlu> r.r.v, u-t w Rlt z-!! Enllrld 1>:ldtl,..! aide,. gud edges, exteu-
son. clasp. huhlno! :i. pagev of Cabinet and Car
fashion. Still various standing divisionsof looking old and that his haul u-oii t; |has pictures rent for 51.1)!),retails for $:.:5; bound al-o ',
odors have been made the most elaborate !left its mark on him. lie i- i Ihi:, and or In thctbo\"enn,1 Japan se !II ur"l'I'O.'I sEId.Ia'istrat circulars FREE I
of them all being that of RimmeL ltoops\"erYmuch. but kN cvr... :!Ioah; -ST"LIS (IFkorchec& I
.His classification comprises only the hoar sighted! ere bright :ar!f s:.... ::;::! _('III'IIII1I1..0bio.".JJllIklu, "\I t 19UMS: I : .
pleasant odors, and i is based :.1". Collins is hlfd"or ..
on a principle a ('r ; i i ''':.; 'n I'.jN dnubla their money
that just as there are primary colors !busy with a novt-l I usually \\-(" I.t!. ; .t o:i O'::!;MT r fc>r aelling.I!iubhd our Corrugated BRASS HATS & CAPS BOOTS & SHOES TRUNKS VALISES
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from which all secondary shades are produced and day until it U finished.! 1 L; (;cite ,
so there are primary odors with common for him to work fiftI: I t.W.s: at ."j; nsFiisitis:! mm l LAMP.jCan .
types, all other aroma being more or less a stretch, eating scarcely! an-',:.,.,; and .;"' ;t' >,. goM in > I '
closely connected with them. Of these drinking! only a little champagne during ., lane'! A.T LOW
types he finds eighteen groups.-San tnat time. Ho gets very much excited \.J.r.thirty,biting("I'D'0{'ofT"ot a'-o ha\e in the the U.bett S. TARIFF PRICES.
Francisco Chronicle. over his stories and! walks about the f fi"?:ow..J for iilustrate-1 circulars to
nom reciting the *p('(>.:'Je of l.is characters '\ l ;rORoHSS&McMAKIN.Cincinnatl.'lPORTER J. BIrBAt7JME'S: ,
Composition of Bridal Wreaths. I in a most dramatic! ma.ullcr.-Ihr. [
The Roman bridal wreath of rvr's Bazar.
was verbena t & POTTER THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.Clyde's .
plucked by the bride herself. Holly I ,
wreaths were sent as tokens of congratulation Polar Ice Cap of Mars. -- --------- -- -

and wreath of parsley and rue Flammarion has pointed+ out to tho
were given under a belief that they were French Academy of Sciences that the Real Estate Dealers, New York Charleston & Florida S. S. Line.

effectual preservatives against evil spirits. varying state of the ;polar icecaps of ,
The hawthorn was the flower which Mars has long been rarefully observedby Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. i GEXERAI OFFICES : 35: nnO.D"E1'- T0'
formed the wreaths of Athenian brides. Maedler, SchlapareJli and others the Late Worth. Florida is the roOt tropical put of .
At the present day. the bridal wreath is inference being that this planet: h not the btate. It lies parallel with the ocean beach is ; NEW YORK, .tt(i. 1*, 1*\.
almost like '-':!miles long, of an average width of one tour, is
entirely composed of yet. our moon permanently frozen
orange connected with the ocean bran inlet, ami M nowhere
blossoms on a background of maidenhairfern up. On the contrary its temperature i is over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. FOR FERNANDIXA, FLA., DII ECT. r
a sprig here and there of stephanotis equal to. if not higher than that of the The flushing,: and hunting cannot be excelieu. pompano i
blending its exquisite fragrance. earth, and its polar snows melt periodically | i- ,blue fine fish nob,being tea trout easily barracuta: caught, sheepbead by trolling andOther ors Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 9East River New York, f -
Much uncertainty exists as to why this to a far greater extent than on our ith a nft Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in I
blossom has been so much worn by globe. This disposes of the theory that the pine woods be and the Worth.chain of fresh water Every Wednesday, at 3 p. in.
which lie west of Lake Beautiful
lakes co-
f brides; but the general opinion seems to the canals are glacial rifts.-Boston in all along the *-
are bearing shores
be that it was adopted as an emblem of Budget. coanut the lake groves and ua\88. mangoee. sapadillos, alligator of DELAWARE..............................................ltiedaeeMYelf ..
fruitfulness. The custom of pears sugar apples,Spanish limes, Jamaica apples f
using orange I WeaUnes* of the In'kuard. I tamarinds coffee, goosberry trees manmee apples, :RO1E: I'ERNANDIRECT : A f
blossoms at bridals has been traced
to maumee sapotas, almonds dates, figs, oranges
the Saracens among whom the orange The truth is that tho fury which is supposed limes,lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical lrnit. FOR NEW .,
blossom to imply force is the conclusive and flower are doicg finely here. This is the meet
was regarded as a symbol of a
eastern part of Florida. being: 100 miles east of the
prosperous marriage a circumstance proof weakness.. The familiar advice longitude of Jacksonville. This brings the Gulf Steamers arc appointed to sail every TUESDAY: as folie""e :
which is partly to be accounted for by "If you have no evidence abuse the Stream nearer to the land here than at any other
-Ce
'the fact that in the East the orange tree plaintiff's attorney," contains by implication temperature part ot the roast an and y place thus in insures the United the most States.even A GULF STREAM: ..............................................-Tuesday, $sd1 ae
bears ripe fruit and blossoms at the same the whole philosophy of what is large acreage i* put in garden truck every winter, The freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed- Every atte* '
time.-Demorest's Monthly. called the manliness and force of tho from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes being given business entrusted to this lino. But fiber
blackguard. He has no therefore grown every year, which bring from $1.50 to Direct all shipments from New York via Cole's Florida Line.PIer: .
'.f reason $5.00 per bushel Good hotels stores and post- For further lutonnatlon apply to. t.
Old Lady (to despondent small ho sneers. Ho has no argument there- offices are convenient. I-ots of all sizes and prices J. ..\. STEAD Agent J..1. LESLlr.-T.A .. .,..
boy)-
Why fore he swears. He will get the laugh vcure d by the above firm who have almost all oft i'ernaDtUna,J"JI\. W'.laT SL Jarxi'L dom.,
are not t'
you playing ball with the other little his .hebest land to sell Parties buying now will, in rm TIIEO. G. EGER, TrameManager. Wit. P. CLTD e1t.pb: 7a..1 Iirl* xtF. s.
boys, sonny!" upon adversary if he can forgetting hort time, more than double the purchase money 35 Broadway.X.. 1'. U South WharTes.l-hUa d JacUoana.
Small Boy (with tears'In his eyes)-Do em- that those! who laugh at the clown may tots range from 5 to 10 acres,all fronting Lake }. M. IRONMONGER, Jr.,General Tr Telin;Agen t. fer Ut
,plro; fined me fi'con's yistiddy fer back talk, also despise him'arper's Magazine., worth.wishing further Prices from inferiration$t0 to gSOO enclose an acre.stamp Anyon'to the Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed en the Iron It e erI
fat dfc moroin' I got my release from da above firm better transportation of Oranges and Y es etaDles.
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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, DEC. 13 18SS. jt

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Among the Spaniards it was formerly com !I Tho Climate of St. Petersbur;.
l IE.BBS.; FLAGELLATION. mon for some good friar to answer for the .I HAVE ADDED TO MY STOCK
If LJ
it h'or June do
cot
sins of the whole come to
parish, and, according as 'I
he had been feed i Russia without the heaviest winter cloth-
for that .
f purpose, flogged ,
himself, or at least told his customers that he ,J I ing and the heaviest of winter wraps s. H. RAY I

had done so. even though you may have left England .

s A History of Flogging: as a At the Capo of Good Hope the Dutch used I all ablaze with haw-theme blossoms! Holland OFDry ,
to flog for tha ofTensa -cf saiokincr on the' carpeted with tulips and Berlin at

:. Punishment. streets. j summer heat. Remember that the Russian

f. Flagellation is frequently! oientioned in calendar tv.vhv days Lter than ours. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,

biblical history. It i is first mentioned in the j( 3 Remember that Sr. Peter:nth; is' on tho i

.. QUIPPING AS AN AIU51:31IN T.r fifth chapter of Esuus, where the sacred i i shores t.f t"i: j Lii.c soa. Remember also Goods

historian informs us that Pharaoh flagellated: : |that you crt on the direct route to the TITUSVILLE, FLA.Pan5 .
\, the Israelites. Under the!: old law of Jlcses : ;North rAIl"Irccdy I have Ken two
Carious! \Vaj. of Applying the Lash ins adulterers were scourged and there are f re- :
]hard snob i-rortus. and oub teet'i: have
'f EI1I'OPC-Thr iiis..ian Knout Whipping qusrt: passages in Scripture: which tell how !' 1 been on acor.ilnual: chatter sinew iv : ':huig

i. i Generally IVevaleat lu the Old World. in whipping times: of witbrods old. Five, whips bundreJ"tlI"S,etc.. n as universal nftei'Christ ]here !n tu-! .: country (lay 2$) t':? iasants ; -

fearful Punli'iincnt of 31 the Jews I are dust j busying; and sowing: for
The me.<< Lapu- used to lash one another \ A. LADIES'RES
with their summer crops and in tho city

china scourges.wnIPPING I heavy overcoats and furs sa: >m quite at
ix Pesos.Flogging !
i 0 ye who teach the: iageauoiz youth of nat'oa! : in prisons was until about a decade Uonie.I i MerchandiseSTORE.
arYl '1 HeBacd. France Ea;L1.D'1. Germany or Spun. ago, universal throughout t,.o world. I I There is one thing, however, that

11'1':11 re flog thee upon a11 tx'caiions; ; : The lash: was given as aa additional: punishJ I J 'strikes an American very agreeably ;:s
It need.tLiir morals: ; never riind the pala.XTben inent to imprisonment. Throughout Kurouosoil !! well a* Jtrr.rgt.-ly, and that H the suddenly

Byron wrote this, se':euty years ago hers used to run the gauntlet: immoral j I 'increased le:;';;th! of the: t'.as.. Even now $ GOODS
:
It Is said that there wa an epidemic of Bogging women were whipped at the corners if the i the sun dos, Lot M.I until about 9 o'clock .

all over the contii.:enL In the murk of streets; women: or girls of I Jess bad cuuirter h and iK-.j 1:00::", knows how early; and

'ra the sentimentico-niubhifo prioJT11ic prevailed .. were whipped 11: houses of correction. In 'I soon t'.io! !le"t: : .Iiys will llanoachc

on the continent during the first part the liarLarous galleys of the beginning; of the i! here w!:f'n th ? hun 'i i is cnly nominally below .
of this ceutury the custom of flagellation: Lad present century tbe culprits, naked to the ![ tli' l l-jrizsjn from one-quart..r: past 10 AND

. been dispense with Cut v.'hei it was revival loins, were frightfully flagellated with rods. till oMi'-q-UTtor before 2, but nailthe
early in tbo'wO--, it was revived with
Holland culprits were the I to i
put 1:1 pillory that propose keep
twilight I :S > bright ono can mad I
a vengeance and public flogging became so and scourged: in the market with
open place I
with case all! night No doubt this:: has
common, especially ITS Spain nut! Germany.
reds made of broom
long corn. It i.< only recently
it woulda': draw crowd. much to do in iraturing: the harvest so
that a that the! stzrn Dutch abo! shed"the! i i rapidly: : in the! few !:months ot :summer. A Erst-Glass i
public! whipping of wom In WIILLINERYDEP Stock
u. Gci.ny told '
Cor. D.nr, .t FixPres..-?. I
t. Switzerland tin magistrates or-Ie.vd: whijv j ------- -------- .
,.. ping with a cane for the biigbttsi oCense In :
(. iV'I j I
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'
:-. :a.-i t ORANGE BOX STRAPS.
..; .. r-JI' ._ ) the Sixteenth: century tluioaei.: 01 the j
..:.-:-.,., ..... -'" .-.. \ \ Quakers were so obnoxious to the church i I r.e the Twite'in:' Box Strap. -OFNOTIONS-
.. ?t.t 1 t !
_.;. .1 party that "the Friends" V.XT frequently J loli tALK BY
.
5.' .!=:;'r.' ",- ,#.,' 'f.': -"c.}. \ Hogged in the publicsquares of Lol..!l.n. !1r LITTLE HIM'IS.. OiUi.do, Fla.
\ II I r TAJIl'V l'UUU.illCUL CO.. .
'or' : cCi | 'fjnipu FI:1.11.
:. zI These
whippings were cztromcly crud, the .
: :Ii 1 : j 1 \\ KLAfl. DeLaud, Fl ,
zero ,_ victims frequently dying under the b.:>h. i i iWhipj.ing .it WHITE TO
I'tjr.o _,cc--=-"_.--_-=--- _- :_, 7 men and womea tLnl to tho end of !I TIn:: T\7hfED wiKi.uoxs.niAP OOIPANY,
4.l rveii\va-h tt.'t. New York. tip GROCERIES
-- a moving cait was nl:5ocry frequent in the i
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; WITH
FIle )--= : eighteenth century. j
:r .. i
"'- -,1", l..c > I WHIPPING AS A JIEDICIXIX J. H. SHIREMAN, I
--= -:'-.\-; :. ?-1 1'-. :.,-:! In some countries it used to be thought

.I; ': ._ ., ..a: hat: the roil was possessed of valuable bearing T'OtH, S ,\. A Milliner. ana Goijstent' DressiaierIn
\ _
"... .. ..\.,. "' .Jl; ':'"! probities! An eccentric eld doctor in (i\CKVL CuuM14itN: .psis Inl'H.\INo
.
':,/. & t1 the Kightc-entli century declare that there AGENCY: lot Ll 1 ki:.tI. nt tin.' !*, -'lI.ru.ilAg, DRY GOODS
6 :Maehiuerr. 1 iv.
} It i'i was nothing like thq rod as a universal .\ lot "1 O: iu !t." \ .ut..tJ foi '..risuua.
"r 'n. it stirred ... GilSTZB i; '
: pecifkthat up the stagnating luti-iacturj 1.O*Ul.t.I. -* "i &rv'uritnieu.

GPDt 17.d r juices, dissolved the i recipitatiag salts, puri- 1 31-, t'orrevou.ii'Ucr W",usi nL31ALAIJAII
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1hl tbe coagulating; humors of the body, I

ELF t ,. : ;l1 cleared the brain, purged the stomach: and CUUU' FACTORY. TO CUT, FIT, DESIGN AND MAKE ,
r- -? .r:, I' was in fact, a cure-alL

s'lI'B ,<:. t"lW. { ..F _-. : I G saa, the laud of the uns, t-akable czar, I }i. C. S1I.c:::, I'roi>rielwr.Manufacturer .

WHIPPING IS UCLAtt AI E. n\. despotic been and semi-barbaric excel. country as it has I of fine Havana and Do- TO ORDER.: J rns. LailitV A: Childrens9Jcnt's
ever was par enco tho Und: of the
OTU- The flogging here Inferred to does not mean whip and rod, for, from time iinmtmonal, I iic>tic Cigar Trade supplied with line

that domestic spanking administered with the Russians have bvx-n governed by the Lisli. hand l1ullcglO. Orders promptly tilled. .

the hair finish or slip;cr. Yon have all Not only this, but tLiy have the jieet,'' Factory at Malabar. Fla. 28

doubtless com home with your hair wet and which i is a piece of iron made hot and put STISl.,1.(710lTJ.n,'%TIED SHOES.

be suspicious patches of mud on your jacket, into a heated iron box to be taken up and GRAY.

and Lave lead a drum sole played upon a certain heM by the victinThen they hate the SF. TOJ.. I .

lEn5 part of your anatomy with a hair brush knout, a Tartar invention, and the most
by a fond parent. IJutof course you have formidable punishcr ever invented by the Watch Maker and Jeweller.

never been striped on the bare lack in the ingenuity of man. It is a heavy leather
5L'vpat Jwlj" 1!I. Di>:ou'. Drug Store, Titn<>\'illc, l1a
presence of a large au Jienr > of joyful spectators thong about eight fett long, attached to

There is only ona tate in the United a handle two feet long, the lash being ALL VTOUK WA1JKAXTKD.JEWSPAPER I

States where hugging is ndninisteral to the about the breadth of a l.road tape, end JEI.A.: ..TS : I

refractory, ami that is Dslaware. curved so as to give two ,"blrpl along it> N.A L I..c1-X'S S. -
FLOGGING NO XE\V T1IIXG. -ntire length; it is sometimes bound with n Ca imcrrs, per yard, at 2jc., :&;tC., fc r 0e. ,

Flagellation is almost a< ancient as the wire thread, the end terminating in a little SUBSCRIPTION! i ABENCYTHE I
3 in- worliL History* cannot trace the advent of Look. At each blow the sharp edges cut into Henrietta Cloths elegant, Soc.

etlfotita aou:;. Thf Egj'ptja'is Lad the art of bastiaadoiag tbo 1k'-.111ile a flexible double edged sword, I r
:: i ioxa-ii: ASEXCY.For ; .
down to a fiaa |>oint. The Chinese and as the lash is drawn away the ho'ik attb. Duch<'-s Cloth, good a*.silk, $1.25.? CLOTHING

were tremendously fond of tying an oHender e end tears out a thin strip of flesh. When terms: and Maniple copies address: i

up in an outrageous position and making Eli=:lb?th was empress of Russia silo ordered Tricot Flannel*, per yard, at 40c., 50c., .
rainbows 0:1 iliffcrent parts of bis CIIAS.H.XAUMAN, ,
Person the belUtifulla y of the( court llmo. Lapu-
and they do it to this day! although in the chine, k:1OutCllOt only was the skin ta1'nfrom : Ilaulovcr P. O., IJievard county, Fla. G-JC., 7.V., antI B1.00LaHes' _

land of flowers the more unique and exquisite her back, but her tongue was cut out,
modes of torture have largely superseded the and she was than banished to iLE>ri.1. She Cloths, v>:-3c. and 7oc. per yard. P F
-me.7K1 bastinado. survived these horrors-tortures that have A. L. HatHi & SOn: I ( Ftlruisliiug Goods,

When they want to punish a man in China often killed men of the strongest constitu- I Cfoakiug Flannel?, oOc.
they bare his ultimate deatn in view-when tions. ,0

they are through having fun with him. DRY GOOnS'NOTIONS,1: A varied line of other Dress:: Goods from AIJ5OCROCKERY

6 BURNING WITH LOVES. 20c. to 20e.?


.Q (1 c : ? sotto KM Cot Lf'ttt"J'irlttct by Louise Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, Lon Cloths, 12c.? to luc. better, value I GLASSWARE\
eale to Herbert Leonard. ,
Stationery Family Medi- ,
T. Louise D.Jfo, the aC"trpS'Tote some red than Calico.

hot, burning letters, shilling over with love, cines, Garden SeUs,

some tini3 ago. Ladies' Underwear in White and

She wishes she hadn't now. CHOICE GROCERIES, Woolen. HARDWARE. :
She wrote tho letters to George Herbert

11,1 Leonard,the actor,to whom she was married Hay, Corn, Hapes Fertilizers.
; r.\\\\\ >
,, in 1SSQ Ladies Vests and Cornets from 45c. to
)
', i ll
i' f 1" afterward ('L1'' }'OI! T, rl onID.'. AND 1
and
a i ir They quarreled were sepa to :$3.00.
r:1l1S4f: I Z'tt I rated. Leonard began suit for divorce, but

1I Louise asked to have the decree set aside. INDIAN RiVER ART GALLERY 10-1 Red Comforts: from $1.00 to $2.74.
y 'h Her motion was denied, however, when tho

F, following MY DAULIXO letters OLD to Leonard PET-Your wcr d produced,!ir letter: 10-J Blankets, per pair, 81.50 to $,)00. Ship Chandlery Goods.

tcj / has just reached me, and I vow I am completely or
;. overwhelmed with excitement. I PIe Ii I X S T1'INEIiPhotogrct,1 Oil Cloth, Table Damasks. and Napkins r
) hJ\
wish I could kiss you, pet,and wish you good in great'ariet)..
5 luck, but Fate is a little hard with us just p/iCl',
now and forbids such a luxury. I feel quite 6
Views on East Coast and Indian Rivera
.,.. convinced that you will come out herabhan't
These will be the main features of my
I be jubilant! Ob! quite too utterly Specialty.
Has the Authorized PiiOTOor.Arii Line IfGents'
only My (
too too, too!
LArl"cmE. business but orders ent me for -
TEE ICKOUTLNO OK :.u!& anything
Oh, by tN way, if you ban not already OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND PARTY 9
learned
A momentous dispute agitated the I
done so. don't lat oa to Rhea that you are that has ever been made during their kept in store in Tituo-
1"I I world at oho period as to whether whipping Ladies' & Children'sHOSIEEY any
married. Single l people are so much moreattrnl"t travel.. Orders by mail receive prompt ,
as a or whipping as a punishment
penance
\ c. Don't go into stores and fits attention. .H-lhno. 'ilJewilJ be promptly filled.
method
was first introduced. Tho various l
about it and think I am going to fin;' my affective S.
cf doing penanco zero at first all comprehended -
:: on to somebody or other. Have no. S
under tho term "disciplines. Some
fear of that I have not seen a man in GRAND VIEW HOTEL
back
penitents bestowed the blows on tho
a
America halso good looking as dear ,
your
and shoulders, which was called the "upper IS COMPLETE
.
little self. ,
discipline"others preferred what was termed
'..i I in health dear but tho TITUSVILLE FLA.
good ,
between am very ,
the 'lowcr The difference -
'#-lr. the two disciplin will be obvious. heat kills me. Even as I write, the llCn-pirn. -0The FROM 5c. TO 7oc. PER PAIR. Will 1 buy Fruits.Eggs, Chictas 1 !
tion is dropping ofT. Givo' love to ail at
The practice of florins iaow generally my
prevalent throughout Europe, but in Denmark homo. And now, with fondest, best and most centrally located Hotel ia City. 1

in tho Sere:ccnth century, it"llS dearest love, I am your affectionate wife Or any Country Produce my customers I,
made a matter of amusement to tho court. Louisn In PAINT I am at Head-quarters for
Yon appear to think that I am only waiting NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN friends bringto
At the end of every hunting match at court, or may
j in order to whoop things up at the conclusion for somebody to ask me to go astray, and EVERY RESPECT. LOW PRICES, buying from the Manufacturer -
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then that I should become lost. I shall be market.
of the entertainment, persons who had infringed find Selling;
: Cheap.
all the round. Table Unsur-
too glad to get back to England. It was reported Open year
the known game laws were brought
forth and made to kneel down between the here that I am the daughter of the passed. Bath Rooms Free.Il.ites .

horns of the stag that had been killed; two or great composer, and too much was expectedof ,
$2.:10: & S3.OO
Day.
folks per
tae, consequently were: disap
the gentlemen removed tho skirts of his coat

when the king, taking o long, stout wand i in I, pointed. SPECIAL RATES PiR WEEK. Having added GRAIN and HAY to I able for a hare of the public patron. **
love sick I do
My : darling.
poor poor
his Laud would everlastingly thump that
Stock of GROCERIES
from
dear face but it my buying n
to must
long see again,
of the where his coat tail year and supplicant not a
portion culprit J. A. .MILLEll Proprietor.State age, come ad a ,
ought to have been. be looking happy. Every one who has seen first hands, will lead in Low Prices.
my boy's photo says: '"What a handsomeface dictator, asking for your favor
!'' Then I say, "That is my husband." of Florida, County of Brcmrd. InJustice

I don't wear my wedding ring oa the stage, Court. If courteous treatment,good
but won't that know..
dear you object ,
TO J. E. BENNETT.
00r I don't like the New York people, although CAN GOODS BOUGHT AT THE good:, acrd low figures i is
00 they are all stuck on my shape. I let them You are hereby notified that a writ of
UJ'' look and long. Where figures arc concernedI attachment has been i issued: against rOlland PACKERS. the 'candidate for

take the cake, you bet for, strange to say, your property attached to satisfy the
> i/ ill this glorious climate of New York tile demand of P. J. Hall amounting 810. Will give closer prices than you public favor,
Now, unless shall before the
women are enough to keep a man single for 'von appear
9 the whole of his lie Hon. II. 'Atkinson.. Justice of the can buy. then I'm
Peace in and.for said at his ollicc I '.
From Toronto, Louis wrote the following:: : county
elected.Yours .
Look here, old man if I become dreadfully at Titusvilleon! theSd day of January A.I
,vain you"will just have yourself to blame; I). 1SS9, at ten oclock in the forenoon or '

for really) the way in which you puff me up judgment will be rendered against you anxious to please,
in your letters fairly makes me blush.: It'svery and your property sold to pay the debt. G-EO. B. RUMPH ,
t- to write all this and call ,
easy me an
:r: rmsox POST AND HOD, KSOCT ,AM> SPATULA. angel wcea I am away, but I notice youdon't Date'd this 1st 'lay of November, A. D. .
breach do or say such nice things when we are 1SSS. P. J. HALL, Plaintiff. TITUSTILLE, FLA.
lu Turkey a verbcratioa on the : was together. D. L. GACLDEX, Plaintifl Attorney. 5 S. :8:v R.a-V.
the common chastis neat inflicted either on

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THE FLORIDA STAR. A young lady in Apalachicola says, I]i I Gilbert and Suilisan'i s Success I nf"RocKWood. lIe has now in oper. --
EARTH.
that she has had so many proposals within -'I NEW YORK, Dec. o.-[Special.]-The I WANTS THE two furnaces at that place in ad illen ton to
.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. the last few months that "she feels Yeomen of the Guard" will mark its I distinctively hepneatCitico southern ThIS than property O.h is less
any
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and us er. just too tired for anything." fiftieth consecutive performance at the Charges of Pecksniff Shepard he south; while all the men that are gKIJ.J' .
now connected
Casino to-night by the presentation of a with it were not raisin cd
S1.5O Annum. The Segaree: boys of Apalachicola : souvenir to e"eryone in the house. The Consistently Refuted.THE the south, they have been there about IP
per twent"cars.. Tcom'
hauled in a genuine Spanish Pompanoon souvenir is of metal and'of an unusually

Entered at the Post Office at Titusvilleas \Ionday-the first ever known to handsome design.The SOUTH OWES ITS SUCCESSTO naces"At, Dayton.ow Teen.exclusively, there are bv two EnclUi fur'net

Second-Class Matter. have been caught on that part of the THE SOUTH.All capitalists, of which Sir Titus'Salt U the! t -
Seventeenth :Missouri: River Bridge prmclpalowner. .

THE STAR is the, OFFICIAL newspaperfor coast. Sioux CITY, Iowa, Dec. 7.-Special.[ The Tennessee Coal, Ircn and Railroad j iC Iiit
]
Brcvard county. of the)Mines Blast Furnaces and Other company have four furnaces in Tennes-
Around Orange City the orange crops The new Chicago and Northwestern rail- -three at South Pittsburpj and nf" to:
Enterprises are Hacked by Southern on eat
The Star has the Largest circulationof are being sold almost daily as they standon way bridge was formally opened and Cowan. Tim is controlled by southern .. tMtclCt
any paper on the East coast of Fla. the trees. The grower sells his crop tested here yesterday. It makes the seventeenth Brains and Capital Another Lie men. withat Baxter, jr., resident'Tennessee )
Nailed and Fallacy Disproved-Colonel T. Hillman vice-president 5 'JDeru1
,
need of having the at from 90 cents to 1.10 per box, pock- bridge! no\v spanning the Mis- A. :M. Shook manager." ana *1
OWING to the urgent souri ricer The bridge is a truss, has Shook' Words.NASHVILLE .
Brevard County pamphlet printed and ets his wealth and goes about his busi- four main spans, each 400 feet long, and A CARNIVAL OF CASUALTIES.Life $ Ullttnl
for distribution by the first of the ness. :ol feet above the water: length of bridge Dec. 7.-The American of
ready and approaches, four miles cost, $1,000- ..,9
;
we have found it necessary to prints an interview with Col. A. M. in the 1etroi.Ii. Nowadat far From
new year, entertained of'tbe 000.
Grave fears are now i
.
our Rockledge and Cocoa des- Shook, general manager of the Tennessee Being a Joke. sit
postpone loss of the schooner August Flowers
until time next NEW Y02K, Dec. .-[Special.]-This :finfort.
criptive articles some $70,000 forTascott's Capture. Coal. Iron and Railroad company.It .
bound to St. Augustine with a cargo: of
city has been the this ''i
compositors are kept very CHICAGO Dec. 7. :\ scene reorningofseveral Jiitri
month :
as our -[Special.Mrs.Henrietta : .
says
oil, coal and piping for the Gas and sensational casualties. .
busily employed now on the new pamphlet. L. Snell. widow of the murdered I lam
Electric Light.Company.: Capt. Pacetti, The republican organ and mouthpieceof Louis Souland, waiter at Delmonico's
have been
All the orders for extra copies millionaire, A. J. Snell, to-day announced I
one of the bar pilots, reports that oil is the Vanderbilt interests since the election attempted suicide with a razor.
filed und will have our best attention as that she will pay$3'i,000; for the I cof
soon as these articles appear in the STAR. said to be coming ashore on the beach I capture William B. Tascott in any of Mr. Harrison has thrown aside Louis Eichman, a German tailor, wa I ..tbe..
south of St. Augustine. The cargo is part of the world. This reward is of- found at an elevated road station with FoteR
After these two articles have been published all disguise in its editorial columns and r-k.
insured. fered on the same terms as the last reward his throat cut and stab wounds in his &;
we will be ready to proceed with the of $20,000, and will bo good for daily fours the vials of its impotent stomach and wrist. His injuries are pronounced sM ..

work of writing up other sections of our four months. wrath the "solid south." The
upon lsn.r
fatal. It is
necessarily
The row at St. Cloud, mentioned as supposed -i

riVer. .. being a riot between the Italians and AtIanta'sl\Iayor-EIect. ''news"columns of the paper are now he committed suicide. tit,, 'we.cgr3te

-At a meeting of prominent citizens, negroes, was not between those, but between ATLANTA, Dec. 7.Special.John[ wedded to the same course of malice and Thomas Powers, a sailor, fell from the '
masthead of the steamer Devonia now kkTth
held at the Indian River Bank, Tuesday a party of settlers on the one side Thomas Glenn will be tendered a recep- misrepresentation, as its utterances upon in port, to the deck receiving serious in- i idiIt
,
afternoon, to consult and arrange for the and the Italian and negro: employes at St. tion by his constituents in honor of his the material advancement of this section juries.Conrad. \\ tt
of wharf. election for mayor of Atlanta.Mr. Burkhardt jumped from the titer
construction city
immediate a Cloud the other. Three killedin
on were :: Glenn's illustrated. The Mail and Express with
majority was an even one roof of a 5-story tenement to the side- 4 tbe tl
Geo. B. Rumph, R. C, Scrimgeour and S. all. Several participants have been thousand, and the entire conservative a fine flourish, proclaimed that the progress walk, and was instantly! killed. ;.itIed

II. Ray were appointed a committee to arrested' and lodged in jail. ticket was successful. Christian Kliner cut himself horribly /JII,1 iwibtl
solicit and collect subscriptions towards of the south is largely due to in the stomach with a razor with suicidal !

this object. Mr. S. II. Ray, one of the Melbourne.Deferred Knocked Out in the,27th Round. 'Northern capital and northern enter intent, and will probably die. if'ec

committee, will call on all persons down from last week. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7.-Special.-] prise.*' TOOK GUNS INSTEAD OF GRAIN.

e the river next week who feel an interest in Mr. W. Dickens, who has so ably filled Young Mitchell, of this city, champion "There are two furnaces in the south," B*

this much-needed public enterprise. the position of purser and mail agent on middleweight of the Pacific coast, and raid Mr. Shook, "operated by northernmen. And So the Railroad Company I* Surd for

.. the lower river, has been transferred to the Paddy Gorman, of Australiafought here Ona is the Pioneer furnace, at Bir- a Million Dollars. M ts"

A MONTH hence and it will be Governor upper route, and is now acting purser on for a.knocked purse of out$850 in last the night.twentyseventhround. Gormanwas mingham, which is owned by the Thom- SPRINGFIELD, Ill., Dec. 7.-[Special.]-

Fleming, in fact. The inauguration the Georgiana, vice Chas. Watson resigned.Mr. ases, of Pennsylvania, and of which The case of Cobb, Christy & Co., against: Jf1r

promises to be a most brilliant one. Dickens brother, Robert, succeeds hinton Samuel Thomas is president. The otheris tho Illinois Central railroad for a million aIIeWr.

the down river boat. 4 I Looking for Letters that Never Came. the Eureka furnace, at Oxmoor, Ala., dollars damages is being argued in the

TilE death of Judge Thomas Settle, OTTOWA, Ont., Dec. 3.-For the past six miles south of Birmingham. This appellate court here to-day. .fcsftrttofca
Mrs. D. H. Valentine has with her I
United States Judge for Florida, who gone three weeks residents of this city who I furnace is owned by the Louisville and Cobb, Christy & Co., bought a large
and Master Fred and Miss: ITheR
son daughter, letters from Nashville railroad and Cincin- amount of corn alon the Hue of the Illinois
North expected registered correspondents company
died suddenly a few days ago in Edith to see them safely installed as pupilsat Central for the government duringthe at
in the United States and nati capitalists exclusivelyand managedby JIfI1
the heart leaves western which the railroad could not
Carolina of neuralgia of the at Winter Park. war,
seminary
Canada have been but Thomas A. Mack, formerly of Cincin-
bench emptyand it is expected anxiously take as freight, as the capacity of the
the Court We are pleased to hear that the Episco- vainly looking for their arrival. The nati. road was exhausted in transporting mu- lap

that Hon. John E. Hartridge, of pal church is to be provided with a rector, postoffice authorities will give no explanation "The other furnaces in the Birmingham nitions of war, and the corn was dam- .pal

Jacksonville, who is a candidate for the and that services will be held as heretofore but it has leaked out that not district are owned and managed by aged before it could be delivered. dfle

position, will receive the appointment.Mr. every Sunday. only are there a large number of regis- the; following parties: Sloss Iron and ..r

Hartridge has the recommendationsof tered letters missing, but the whole mail Steel company, now operating four fur- MILLERS TO MEET. Beta.
Another of those most enjoyable reunionsfor in the Grand Trunk Sa>s
the entire State generally, and he is coming by railway ,naceslargely owned by Richmond and
which the Goode House is famous, occurred has mysteriously disappeared, leaving;no Grinders of No. 1 Hard to Confer In 5111- ..,
especially the favorite with the legal last week, the occasion being the trace. Birmingham capitalists, and managed by waukee on the 17th December. its toing
Thomas Siddon formerly of Richmond i
,
fraternity. natal of MINNEAPOLIS Minn., Dec. 7.-The
anniversary Miss Gracie Goode.As *
At Fairv ew,Ky., Sam f incli wa-, hot Va., and, by the way, a son of the old
usual everything passed off most pleas- in the breast and arm and.. .,,1 v ound- Northwestern Miller states that enough
)In. C. D. OWENS, Traffic Manager: Confederate cabinet officer of the same
antly. The portion of the ed, but by whom is not u. u as the There six answers have been received from the
younger company name. are furnaces in this
of the S. F. & W. Ry., in a recent com difficulty occurred out doors,._ '
u ar.m-
millers of St. Louis, Buffalo, Milwaukee
owned
engaging in dancing, and the older in {District by the Tennessee Coal, ria;
munication to the Times-Union in regard ber of shots were fired. Iron and Railroad which and other points,
mildly gossiping, or recalling old times company are Chicago, Minneapolis, ..
to freight says. "So far as this Ira A. Spaulding, one of the largest immediately in charge of Tennessee C. to make it reasonably certain that the ...tt
and incidents till a late or early hour. We land holders in Blackford Indiana
county. Hillman. Foth the names "Tennessee"and proposed millers conference at Milwaukee iiisl
I desire
to e
company is concerned, say noticed present Misses :May and Edith I. was fatally hurt Sunday evening a,- "HilIm m"' are purely southern, andso on the 17th of December, will take
that in no case have we ever advanced Valentine, Miss Minnie McQuaig, Miss Montpelbr by a 'coit he was driving inseparably connected with the manufacture place. :
rates on a simple article tendered for jumping oil a high embankment. of iron in the south that it is use .
Hood MissG. Mr. and Mrs. J. rJ
Ely, Hodgson General Longstreet and Hon. A. L. less to debate whether this is a southern
State. of York.
into of the Official Vote New
either or out
shipment
Capt. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, Messrs. Angier, of Georgia called en Gen. Har- concern. >:
Our orange rates from all junction G. W. and F. Idner, J. M. :Minor, C. J. rison at Indianapolis Monday. General "Other furnaces in the Birmingham ALBANY, Dec. 7.-The state board of ,
points are precisely the same this season L<-nstree: denied that there was any district are the Mary Pratt Furnace company canvassers met in the office of the secre- ta.
Hector, C. A. Bolton, L.P. Ely, W. :M. Ely,
I oh.ical significance in the visit.'flH.mas owned and managed largely by of state at A resolution its
as they were the last ; and so far as I am C. T. McBride, J. T. Hogg, J. L. Harris- H. tha Underwoods at Birmingham the tary noon yesterday.
Barry says that he will ; the constitutional *.fe
advised the rates made by our connec- son, W. H. Adams, A. Campbell, F. II. commence legal proc dings at Philadelphia Williamson Furnace company, owned announcing nfaaltl

tions of the J. T. & K. W. Ry., and Valentine, F. Houston, W. II. II. Gleason, against the Knights of Labor and managed by Mr. Williamson, of amendment adopted was carried. The
also." througu its u:7 cars, for defamation o: Birmingham, who, be it aid to his credit official vote of the state was announcedas ,
South Florida Ry. are. the same and others too numerous to mention. character: anti: alleged blackmail. started a small machine shop in Birmingham follows :
.
The inclement weather has greatly impeded Hucker German socialist about twelve years ago, and fed
George a close Governor-Hill, 650.4M; Miller, 621-
by attention and hard work built it
A CORRESPONDENT in the West Hills_ work on Melbourne: and Atlan- attacked James Bruce, at Indianapolis, up to a large business, and in that 293; Jones. 30,215; Hall a,333; Page,313; \INi

borough: Times gives expression to his tic Railroad wharf, which would have been because the latter wa opposed to social- built every part of this furnace himself shop, Wardner, 80; blank, defective etc., 1.-

views on a proposed fish bill which completed before this, except for the storm.It istic hatchet iJeas., inflicting Hucker eleven used very a danger"lswounds. knife and and running then it put himself.it up himself, and is now i I 587.Lieutenant Total, 1,317,250.go\"emor-Jones. GoO.851;

ought to be considered by; the next will be very nearly if not quite finished "The Debardeleben Coal and Iron com- Cruger. 628,617; Powell, 30.2S8: Patt- Ul

legislature, for the protection of the fish this week. And we expect to see other im- Track VelocipedistKilled.PROVIDENCE pany at Bessemer, the president of whichis berg. 3,019; Blakeney, 3,010; Martin |

of our State, and South Florida in particular provementsunder way at Melbourne Beach Henry F. Debardeleben, who is per- WO; blank, defective etc., 1096. Total
R. I., Dec. 7.-Thomas haps the wealthiest and most enterprising 1,317,487. P*
in the following words We hear but
: very soon. many rumors prefer Burk, signal light tender of the Old Colony man in the Birmingham iron district fern
We do not want non-residents to depredate not to talk until matters are certain and railroad. whil tiavei.n-; on .1 railroad is a southern man. He has always Ugly Charges. i*.

on our resources. We want to sure, We will keep "an eye open" and vetoipede.was! toitl'ncnr.: ,
by a locomoti o. 'l'wIt"I ,..x 4:t.-r at and married a Miss Pratt, of Alabama,
stop this pound fishing, and its consequent the STAR shall know any matters of inter- Mount Ho i* r.:tip1. \ :..' aracknw. after whom the celebrated Pratt Mines that when the general assembly recon- Milite

destruction. We want all edible est as soon as does : 1: '\1]. i -' are named and for whom the Mary venes in January steps will be taken to H.

fishes protected during their spawningseason. ; i I U. D'OsoIIu. un .io""n It Platt Furnace was named. He has as- investigate the management of the recent *t..
__ sociated with him
We want the size of mesh limited a number of South so-called Ohio Centennial Exhibi-

in all nets and seines used by wholesale sary Carolina to eay capitalists.that. they It are is hardly southerners.neces- tion. It i3 alleged that there has been '.
der remarkable of figures in
Off. some juggling
destroyers, and a prescribed use to lOb Ten Cent 100 They Bessemer own and and operate two three furnaces at connection with the recent fortydayshow.
are building
be made offish taken by those who take "There is a furnace being built at more.Trus- There is a large fclnrtajje, ami
j
all creditors have been asked to di them in great quantities. This is a serious ville. about fourteen miles north of Birmingham >
I introduce New Feature which will continue their bills 23; per cent. As none of the
a until
point, and is meant to keep large in which there is some northern officers: of the board have to furnish a
capital invested I don't know how
companies from starving out the poor much. ; sworn statement to anybody opportunity :

people and small operators. No edible "At Gadsden. Ala., the Gadsden fur- is offered" for "addition. division and

fish should be taken for fertilizing pur- j i: nace, built by Lewis S. Colyar, of Ten- silence. =
Eesse. is owned and controlled by south'
No fish taken for the alone.
poses. roe ern capital. Mr. Colyar is also building Gold in Montana Severn.

All fish taken should be put to use. !. a charcoal furnace at Attalla.At I HELENA, Mont., Dec. 7.-A tecond :
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Those who take fish should be preparedto WILL ALLOW A DISCOUNT OF Anniston, Ala., the :Nobles who mineral strike in the streets of Helena
have been identified with the south and r
save them. This catching fish and the development of the iron I has been mad: The first was about a
industry
risking reaching market without precau- 10o| PER CENT here for thirty years, are the largest' month ago on the principal street of ::1

tions for preserving them, should be owners of all the furnaces for both coke placer gold. The present strike is in the ,.1I
and charcoal."At .
I think OX ALL ARTICLES. residenc of the city of gold
stopped. a large percentage: of Sheffield there are five furnaces, ? portion

fish caught now are spoiled before reach- Prices are Marked in Plain Figures, and way low down at that, on I, ownnl ;:nd controlled by southern men. and quartz assaying the vein handsomely.being seven The feet discos wide

ing market, and are now being wasted which each purchaser still get his Discount Off. ident col. E.of\V.three Cole of, of them Nashville.Enoch being Ensley pres-of err is located in front of the residence of
,
thrown in the sea! If we have many of 'I Memph's, of one. and Alfred H. Moses, Thomas Cruse, who sold the Drumlumon 1

for these a measure laws already which, then will the enforce necessity them.is 100; PER CENT OFF There Montgomery::\ is one furnace, of the at remaining Florence one.and in the mine vicinity for 1000000.are much Property excited.The owners

one at Decatur, both largely owned by
It is the duty and labor of those who
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southern
I have Full men. Parnell Commission.
a and Line
Complete (NOW ox inMEN'S
)
HAND
have the honor and I "Two furnaces at Nest Nashville >
the
are to get six are Dec. Patrick t
LONDON, : -[Special.]-
owned almost
I exclusively by Nashville
dollars per day as our representatives in parties. The Warner Iron company, the Malloy, arrested for refusing the sub-

the Legislature: to look up these mat- YOUTH'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. I ttna Irou rompany and the LaGrange p aena of the Parnell commission, bas

ters, put their ideas in time shape of a Iron com 'any. of which :Mr. J. C.Var- been sent to jail, and will bo examined

bill and work it into a law ; as we will Boots & Shoes Trunks & Valises i, ner owned, of and> a controlled luille, is by president southern, are men.all to-morrow. Tho Times people expect

hold them responsible for these duties ; "The Hi'Lg Fawn furnace of DadeI important testimony, as it ii beliedMalloy
I Ja.. is fully acquainted with the facts
I nt Belongs to the Dade Coal
The Duke of Sutherland and party, Hats and Caps Shirts Neckwear i I com an .. <.f which Gov. Joseph E. concerning the murders of Cavendishand his testimony !-
lira o''t: Ga is and Burke and it is thought
from St. James' Park, London, have engaged i, .11. ., president principal will implicate certain Irish leaders.
Leon I o'vier. T; e Chattanooga Iron
rooms at the hotel, at Talla- company
Hosiery Umbrellas Etc is al o own. d and controlled by Gov.
hassee and :
were expected to arrive on The Horrible Holoraatt Still On. 1R
,
: Brown and the Dade Coal company.
Tuesday evening. i The Citi'-o: Furnace company have one CALUMET, Mich., Dec. 1.-(Sj( iaL-
L MEMBER FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY-Id. : furracre at Chattanooga, of which Capt. The fire in the mine w still rmrninz
Allen R. Jones, of Florida, has been II Chamberlain is pres-den*. (:"apt.Chamberlain furiously. Of tho :;00 mine -. ..ork all
appointed by the Secretary of the Interior I. came from Cleveland! o., have escaped but eight. : 'J rrastill
as an Indian agent, at a salary of J. BIRNBAUM One Price Clothier. cs a' (I:-n :Aili..bout the tlose of the entombed The fire i. I _<<::3to
61,300 \ I ad rent to.wori,. with ..
per annum., I Avojr n. \\ ilder work of r. murderous f.tn".

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f GENERAL REVIEW. HE CAN S T A'ID IT. I New York Cityi; in proportion fo the population A'OTICE.

J Will Not NEWS IN BRIEF has declined 50 per cent since I am prepared with full set of tools
Grover, the Heed the Bitter .
1840.A for sinking artesian wells. With my
$wAWht 'ED BY A GEYSER. Attacks Upon Ills AdminUtratioo. wholesale robbery of the mails small set, have sunk four wells Iii to

I RICHMOND, Va.. Dec. l.-[Sp
j 1 : Jlbh fourUt nnd III Guide Hare a In the Richmond Dispatch of yesterday be for a week. The gasworks burned States to, over light.the Grand Trunk j a> ,u t 80,000, to 86,000 gallons per day, from

p 11aril1ln;: Adventure. was published a bitter invective againstthe I George W. Christian, inventor of the f came two inch pipes. Have also a large set,

D. T., Nor 30.-A reporttlirillinff natural gas system, died at Norfolk' O. A dispatch from New York is to the for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan
The ;
president. author is sad to b>a effect that the secession from the Grand
accident or attempted sui- George Littlewood leads in the walking ted. Having ventured in the business*,
of is with little
politician high note and second audi Army meeting success out-
the National match at Madison Square garden, i side of Indiana. purchased tools, and successfully obtained -
from park,
3e, comes tor of the state. It charges the president I New York. I: full flowing well, I ask the patronage
claimed driver and a tourtrere At Ozark Ark., John \V."atson..
a -
a
-bert, it is with a lack of the principles which go to I The United States court in Indiana is i, his sick wife dof and influence of citizens and friends who
planter,
It gave a i : r-
engulf ed !n a geyser. appears make up democracy, and towards the I likely to ba busy with cases cf election : bolic acid by mistake, and j-lu* ,;.i- df t' appreciate my efforts and who want

tip: the tourist, whose name is given as I close occurs this passage : I frauds. !j an hour of agony. well Respectfully,

uaes McDonald, of London, England, I \Vhen, therefore.- was seen that I Pleuro-pneumonia among the cattle in I i Nineteen cf twenty-one Ci.xa: .. .i. ALBERT S. MAGRUDER,

ISisted on going close to the Excelsior. i ieruptiO:15 Mr. Cleveland had invited Fred Douglasand Orange county, New York, has assumed isters interviewed believe in i. ti 1 Rock Ledge.
): I Itt.
have been irregular of alarming proportion !
some sort one was skeptical : rid 1.,' refused
1bose determined upon looking into the his white wife and negro daughter I Martha Eos well, who was deserted by j to give his belief. Their Business liooming.

iW of the immeme geyser. The dri2Vno to his social receptions at the White her husband, attempted to commit sui- Probably no one thing has caused such

was also acting as guide, fol- House, at least four times, it became evident -I cide at Zanesville, Ohio. ) All 't'esselsarri"ing- at New York! report a general revival of trade at all the drugstores

1 Std him to the tank to guard against he was ignoring the problem of his I There is talk of an extra cession of The stormy White passages.have notices on Indian River a+ their giving
Jut as the Englishman leaned Caps posted at
irident. of the crater, the age: that he was, by that act, a miscege- congress next April, if so be there be a Glfndale, a suburb of Cincinnati. away to their customers of so many free
geysertroke j
'""the verge republican majority, to discuss trial bottles of Dr. King's Xew Discovery
patron-
forth with terrific force, the suc- nationist.: and, therefore, was not entitled j New rates from Chicago to the PaciEcare

Affl drawing him and the driver into it to be cal!ed a great man. or the age. expected to go into effect January for Consumption. Their trade is simply
No of fever have developed + enormous in this valuable' article
them back into the air new cases yellow 1st. very
hurling many +
greatest president the United State everhad. cn the United States steamer from the fact that it always cures and

." Boston. quarantined at :New York since A deui-rnted woman, in a nearly nude Cough colds asthma
is over 300 feet wideat 1 never disappoints. -
Excelsior geyser Tnc Richmond: State cf this: condition, was captured near Pocnville,
evening November lUh.
the crater and throws out the greatest I led. bronchitis, croup, and all throat and
dame of water _of any__geyser in .thetart de.'ends Mr. Cleveland, and says ho is Garrison Pratt colored, was arrested j! lung diseases quickly cured. You can
the"ablest executive that lived I denies that he is
in Payson
Fortunately for the men, they ever :nJ fine-I at Xenia, 0., for stealing: the J ongressman test it before buying"by getting a trial
in the field
the White House. as a possible successor to Sen-
roe caught in the strongest current of rape off the door of a house where a aior Culioui, of Illinois.. bottle free, large size $]. Every bottle
AJ orshooting stream, or they would colored< friend lay a corpse. | warranted.A .
biTe Min swallowed in the unknown Amelle Rives' Digitated Boots Owing to a grievance of the engineer j i Charles Gibson a gambler, WES fatally

depths of the boiling water. As it is, NEW YORK, Dec. 5.-The announcements against Master Mechanic J. J. Rya, \ shot by Doll; Hu dlewr1. a courtesan, t't Ravenous Lion at Ray.;

itfvire.e severely scalded, and there in the press of Mrs. Amelic Rives- here are prospects of a strike on the Trenton, Mo. for an alleged insult.
doubts of their Some While tkai.ng at Waterloo.. the A hungry lion is commonly considered a
from j-i-
gtgrare ;recovery. Chanler's latest Southern Vaciiic railway system I ,
story, 3Iy Lady
and nt.turaluu-
most dangerous customer,
McDonald intended to vear-old of Hen.
fcfcve that commit ocean to o ean. son George McCauley
suicide. Tongue," have elicited the following let- The American section of Socialists:: : at broke through the ic? and was drowned. pulse is to stop him in his deadly career.

flat i* the second accident of this ter from her to Mr. Collier, the proprietor "hicao has instructed delegates to vo.e f I The Armour-Cudahy packing houses, impure blood is a ferocious and pitiless foe,

jjancter in the park, and while there is of Once a Week, in which the story for the eight hour movement at the Federation at South Omaha, were uarnageJ $10,OJO : dashing through the arterial system health of the

got the lightest danger to those who are is to be published : : ot Labor convention at St. Louis by tire. I human body, destroying the and .
satisfied with seeing and not investingng .. Decnieber 11th. I appin_ life itself. It comes hydra like in
The coal
on the Mon
it is understood that congress CASTLE HILL, COBHAM, i operators aoag ; :;a- many headed inipetuousnes;, ass Rheumatism -
hela river have shut down
Albert Haunstine the man who murdered for an indcilnite -
i
ira be asked to appropriate money for ALBEMARLE, Co., VA., v2bth l Deriod. Scrofula, Ulcers Scald Head, Gout,
School Directors Roten and Ashley '
the building a protective walls about : November, 1858. ) Syphilis or that dread nichhtmare of content
at Cczad, Neb., has been capturedat Proctor Knott, of Kentucky, is spokenof
Dyspepsia. P.
these curiosities. MY DEAR MR. COLLIER :-I am very Nebraska. The P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke .
Columbus
much annoyed to see that the papers admitted his, prisoner as successor to Oberly on the civil service Root and Potassium) is the valiant rcscnrer
guilt. commission
EMPEROR WILLIAM ANGRY. have attributed to me sentiments regarding who comes to our aid, and replaces health
"My Lady Tongue' which Ihave I. "Deacon Richardson has given notice George W. Scott, of Springfield. )10., tr triumphantly its throne. Women who \
that hereafter only American citizens, is undt-r arrest for fraudulently obtaining down and .have foundP.
Editor for Libel not only never given utterance to, are worn discouraged
gc ArmU an Copying a
will be
naturalized
but have never felt. native or employedon and opening a letter. P. P. an invaluable tonic,regaining color,
Ills Health.
on Judith is one of my favorite charac- his street car lines in Brooklyn as l tev. L. A. Dunn, president of the Cen- appetite and strength and forever accord

KEW YOEK, Dec 1.-Special.] -A ters, a girl, who. with all her faults, is, conductors or drivers. tral university at Pella, Ia., dropped to this magic restorer, a credit and gratitude

able: dispatch to the Evening Sun says as you say, a girl after my own heart. Baron Hirsch has donated $5,000.000 dead on the sidewalk. Apoplexy.The acquired by few medicines. Try it and sec

fcatfEmperor William is still confined toaprtments. The story of my saying that she was a to the establishment and maintenance of I steamship Bolivia, from Liverpool if it has not been rather underrated than

la His malady has taken "shrew," and altogether an uninteresting schools vina. for Jews in Jalicia and Buko- arrived at New York with a case of: errated-c\.1l druggists ell it.

person is as absolutely false as thatI varioloid among the steerage passengers.
iieriouaturn. wear-what do they call them?-"digi i- Sexton has been re-elected lord mayorof Worth Knoiviu T.
The large ice house of the
storage
the emperor is reported as being very tated boots. tie my hair under my chin, Dublin by a unanimous vote of the al- Washington Ice company in Chicago: Mr. W. II. Morgan, merchant, Lake

Itgtj at the sensational reports cent to and appear at theatres in large hats or- dermen. has been destroyed by fire. Loss, \,,- City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold,
namenteJ with lilac plumes. if
Really, The Irish land commission has ordered
London newspapers.A 000, fully insured. atttended with a distressing Cough and
it were not all so idiotic, one might be
reductions in rents in the vicinityof
copy of the telegram sent the Times tempted to get indignant.I large Tlmrles. In some cases the reductionsare George B. Hall, of Minnesota has running into Consumption in its first

published in a local paper, and the I rarely see any newspapers, and as high as 40 per cent. been appointed: superintendent of the stages. He tried many so-called popular
never take notice of their fabrica- dead letter office, vice John B. Baird re cough remedies and steadily grew worse.
dire edition was confiscated and the any
The secretary of state anda1torne.fgeneral
tions in regard to myself, but in this instance governor signed. Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in ;
arrested.The state election board
iditor I will be much indebted to you if as For the fifth tima in three years the breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally
text of the article is the have issued the certificate of election to
&n as follows : given by you will deny this ridiculous charge on Congressman Caruth, of the Louisville clothing house of S. A. Da'3hat Crete, tried Dr. Kin 'g Xew Discoveryfor

Almost immediately upon his acces- my authority. Believe me, yours, very district, despite the dispute of Wilson, Nebraska, was successfully raided: by Consumption and found immediate

soa to the throne Emperor William : sincerely, AMELIE RIVES. republican candidate, for a recount. burglars.The relief, and after using about a half dozen

robust although Irish clergy in Rome are preparing bottles found himself well and has had
never regarded as a man, Bishop O'Dyer, of Limerick, has inti
Funeral of Mrs. General Sherman.
appearing in padded uniform as mated that unless the boycotting of a to give a handsome reception to lr. no return of the disease. Xo other rem-

rf fine phisique and in excellent form, ST. Louis, Dec. 1.-[Special.]-The man named Ryan, for taking an evicted Charles A. Dana on the occasion of his edy can show so grand a record of curesas -

bena a series of visits to his imperial remains of Gen. Sherman were interredin farm, shall cease, he will close the visit there.B. Dr. King's Xew Discovery for Con-

arid royal brethren, the exactions of church of the parish in which the farmis F. Allen, jr., who absconded from sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis

wiich would have impaired the powers Calvary cemetery this morning. The located and suspend all masses, sacra- Des Moines with money belonging to claimed for it. Trial bottle free at

of a much stronger man than he. Moreover pallbearersere Gen. Pope, R. P. Tan- ments and burials. the Wells-Fargo Express company, has Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, Titusville.

,it is stated that upon several occa- sey, Gen. John W. Noble, Gen. J. B. The Spanish cortes was opened Satur- been arrested at Montgomery, Ala.

BOTH covered by the period of his jour- Henderson. Henry Hitchcock, F. A. day by Prime Minister Sagasta, who James Sullivan and Joseph Putz, who
bell and stoppages at the various capitu out in ice boat TOWS ORD1XAXCK.An .
Drew, Mayor Francis and D. K. Fer- real a decree convoking the session. were an at Big Ston
visited, the young emperor permitted Lake, near Ortonville, Minnesota, ran ordinance declaring intention ofextending
Erwin A. Gardner, of Auburn, N. i.,
himself to indulge iuordinatelyin guson. into an air hole and were drowned.
) the territorial limits of the
convicted of smuggling opium, was sen-
STOBZ drink, a practice to which he was The remains left New York Thursday
tenced to four 3 ears in Erie penitentiarvand At Davenport, Iowa, Michael Dillon town of Titiisville.Be .
pot addicted prior to his assumption of in special car, and arrived at the
night
a fined $10,6CO.President went to bed and placed a student's lamp it ordained bj the council of the-
imperial power. To this indulgence and Union depot this morning, where they After
near by. reading awhile he fell town of Titiisville. that the said council
to Diaz took the oath of office
consequent effects are ascribed met by the Jl-bsarers, -
many were pi representatives
off to sleep. The lamp was upset and hereby declare their intention of
of his lapses in filial duty toward his of the Loyal Legion, the several Saturday. This is President Diaz's third Dillon burned. annex-
Bother, which in a man in the ordinary Grand Army posts the Women's Relief term, and second consecutive term. The fatally lug the following tract of land us a por-

elks of life would have been characterized Corps and many Catholic societies, who government made a great display with Par on Davies says Kilrain is anxious tion of the town (,Titiisville, and including !

-and justly, too-as the acts of attn marched in attendance: to St. Xavier's nring cannon, parade of troops, etc. to fight Sullivan for $5,000, bare knuckles the same within the limits and

of conspicuously brutal instincts; church, on Grand and Lindell avenues, 1 he total sales of leaf tobacco by auc- prize ring rules, within ten or twelve jurisdiction of said town to-wit : All

tad sUx much of hU intemperance of where low mass was read at 11 o'clock. tion in the Danville market in November weeks, and Fox will furnish the money. :' of fractional section thirty-four, and the

>TMch with reference to vital political The cortege proceeded from there to the was 1,751,958 pounds; sales from Joseph Gwasduski, a prominent busi- soutn-east quarter of Section thirty-

foestions. cemetery.All Octobei 1st to November 30th, inclusive, ness man of Jit. Carmel, Pa., who was three all in Township twenty-one south

of the Sher.Taan family, beside a 2.875.801 pounds. Sale of tobacco stamps: : implicitly trusted by the Polish citizen: of Range thirty-five east. And that the

delegation from the Convent of Notre this week aggregates $7.749. has absconded, taking with him all the foregoing notice of intention to annex

HORRORS OF PERU. Dame of Indiana and the St. Louis Sisterhood Assistant Indian Ccmmissioner Up- proceeds of a large benevolent society. said territory be published for thirty

followed the remain to their shaw has resigned.A The assessment of $500 at par was de- days in the FLOHIDA STAR a newspaper
1&8 flea Women and Children Massacred final resting place. clared on the '\'ashingtonBaseBallclub.There published in said town of Titiisville.
heavy storm is raging in Kansas. Passed by the Board of Aldermen, Nev.Sth .
by theathe Indians.PISAMI are aoout fi:teen shares, of which
Official Return from 'b consIn. Trains are delayed.The Mr. Hewit, pre-aient, o.vm a majority A. D. 1S8S.1J. .
Dec. 3.-[Special.]-Advices Baker theater, of Chicago, is in It is said me club has lost$23,000 in thi. 1:. WILSON Chairman.II. .
IILW"\CKEE'Vi3. Dec.5.-The belated
from Peru are that the Indians in the the hands of an assignee. seasons. F. ATKINSON, Major,

fcteriorof the country are cnmmittin? official returns from remote counties Another inflammatory circular has The body of a man supposed to be Ru- Gee II. Altree, Clerk.
4readCa have' came in. Tins official canvass shows Leen circulated in Chicago.
A dtodeltn.
outrages. priest was stn> dolph Kooler was found m the woods in

: an ". his mother, who carne i that the total vote for president is 354CG4 ,- Rv. J. J. Hennessey was consecrated the edge of Omaha by hunters. There
the Wichita Monday. bullet hole in the back of his head TO RENT OR FOR SALE .
&assistance, was killed an'l her head ; an increase of 34.776 over vote tisiiop: was a ,

cutot A. other tried of 18S4. Tho vote of SS4 was 319,888, Loup City, Neb., will send an offeringof and indications are that he had been
b
woman wh dead about rive days. Murder is the only A FIRST-CLASS
respect to the president-elect.
we her that of 1SSO of 5',70
vas fctabl*) I to deuili. Iheree an increase over theory advanced.
bode! were then thrown into then Harrison's plurality, as stated is 21- The Kamas City and Southern railwayhas
Eleven in the Council Bluffs. RESTAURANT
r.An. been formally opened.The prisoners
in 1SS4 14,080
271 ; Blains plurality was ; ,
la. made their
jail tour wee
attempt to le-d a movement for a gain for Harrimt of 6,591. Governor Eva Mitchell murder 13 an unfath- escape.

?*Cofflanelo revolutionist ]leader I reapl Hoard's plurality: is ;0.C5: : Governor cmable mystery to the Chicago police.At recaptured. Xear Railroad Depot.

tUed a riot resulting in the i Killing! Rusk's plurality in 1886 Wl J.jlq : a Nebraska City, Peter Hernan fatal- Smallpox has made its appearance The House! contains large Dininir

H) men, women and children, be gain for Hoard of 1.,3.. The prohibition Iv shot himself on account of family among the garrison stationed Browns- Room with Kitchen adjoining: with all
aa yule, 1'ex.lrs. .
founding fifty.others. vote of the state for pretho'voto is 14.2.i; trouble. conveniences
: ) William Brown sixt of' water, etc. Also! four
for St. John in 1884 was 7.650: boat aged ,
the Yale-Cambridge university
DUPED BY SCOUNDRELS. a gain for Fisk of 6.621? ; or. comparing race will b3 rowed in Er.gland about Marion, 0., had a violent fit of coughing Sleeping Rooms.

1 the prohibition vote of 18;;::1, Olin for April 15.Ci.ircris. and died in fifteen minutes. Will be rented furnished if tlcired.

Cincinnati Gang tub a Confiding Au.trlan governor, 17'.OS there is a less of 2.2s2. George McCoy, one of the principalsin
of Coldwater :Mich.! ban-
of 18,000.. The labor vote of the state for presidenis the }lcCo -Hatfield war in Kentucky, The Owner wishes to retire from

Cnm 1AT1, Dec. 3. -[Special.Ahis 8,532:: ; the vote for Ccchrane for governor oueted Gen. Parkhurst, the niiinSter u was arrested at Ironton, O. business.; This is a good chance to the

Iaz1: in 146 was 13,718, a loss for Streeter Belgium. Harrer Jordan liar been convicted of right party. Address,
giving name as Franz Volcher iioob Jaeckie & Co.,planng: mill owner -
of 1,106.
f'Ienna muder in the t rst degree at Clarksville.'I OITOEIS, TITUSVILLE: IXA.
Austria, arrived here a few :> a: Butlalo, have assigned. Liabilities
Ky. He killed John .Volan.
CJs Jubilee of'80.
The Constitutional
ago in with two large.
company men Orlando ; main: of Cincinnati ha
,
trlTinB&1 more. The men took him out WASHINGTON, Dec. 5.-Special.-A] J. II. Snowden, deputy postmaster at been elected pie jilt nt of the Pittsburgand
Center Ridge, Ark., was arrested for Oak
afternoon and later meeting of the national beard of promo robbing the mails. Connei.sviUe railroad company Lawn House

rmt with him into a saloon, after tion for the celebration of the centennial Joshua Hazel woo i was shot by Len
The Union Pacific railway is
they disappeared, having robbed of the constitution in 188'J: and the unloading material for a roundhouse company at Houston and fatally injured during ;,

,t 'u er of a draft on a Vienna bank for Three Americas' and ,V orlJs' expositionin Valparaiso Neb. quarrel about a woman at Elco, Ill. Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla.

. W\1 and several hundred dollars in John itommel, of Hamilton, 0., at-
1892, was held to-day. The gold fields at Grit Parish, La.,
temptel suicide& Louisville. Ky., b_,
The board is composed of the governors furnish ore that assays all the way from drinking a pint bottle of whisky ana Xew House and Newly Furni ht'd.

of thirty-eight states and territories, 20 to $10,000 a ton. rnorphii. Rooms single or in Suites.
BAT IMBEDDED IN ROCK. the mayors of hfty-three leading cities No new cases of yellow fever, and no
McKinl of Ohio Cannon of Illinois
Lraa.- one hundred and nf ty-h've presidents and deaths, is the cheering report that comes and Reeu of'y Xaine, all candidates for
lljr Sealed In by a Bis Stone, but secretaries of boards of trade throughout from Gainesville.Dr. are NEAR THE INLET.
the of the house
eiship next of
Alice spea
When Accidentally Released. the United States, and the officers of W. B. Boyd, a wealthy citizen of representatives.Wm. .
A the state and territorial granges and ag- Illinois committed suicide
,
EESECI G. W. Va., Nov. 30.-A Bloomington, White business man

"w8bat was found a few days ago im- ricultural societies.subject under considera- by shooting. Ill health is assigned as of Cincinnati fell prominent down an elevator
The principal
I the
11 solid rock, near Romneo. Two tion was the probable action that will be reason. shaft and received injuries which may Best View of Lake and Ocean
Senator Allison and Spooner have call- ,
probably result fatally.P. .
l1Uned the state and territorial legislatures -
:: Charles and Merritt Cor- taken by ed Gen. Harrison. Both the
\ 'ere which will meet January in relation on say senate J. Lhaicr a.-.e.4 _?', and Mrs. &.r,.:.
quarrying rock on U. V. Hew- tariff bill will be pushed.
it' to the expositions.Incendiary Ann Tiiton. age c-j. were mairiei i And best Hunting and Fishing groundson :
e, when one of them broke aone I Rev A. Wright,chaplain of the United Boston. Cha-e had seen his bride but L.ke1;orth.

in the center of which, her- Work, of the Fiends. I I States army, died at his home at Platts- three tameMrs. .

fotn d a 1.Uvebat.sealed and imbedded, they GEORGETOWN, Ohio,Dec. 5.-[Special] mouth Neb., of kidney trouble. James G. Blaine, jr., v>' ill go on Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks
Tho stone and bat Angst I inke and John AlUn. miners,
the .
!ere 4>u.;;l' .Ke will continue the -
ta'cen in this al- prosecution
to tho newspaper office at The courthouse county was were crashed to dentin in Alcin's coal ao:inns: her husband and wishesto and Tropical Growth, both

"ern. y.Th n'ter* the stone can now be most destroyed by fire last night. Investigatfon mine at tjuincy: Illinois, by a cave in. earn j oue.to. ;rush the cs.. Wild and Cultivated. -

sto- ;.nrl rat!f.was placed too close to a ti's! morning seems to establish ';. S. Wolf! secured the endjr meat At Fr.'ea: .j. c.irbonc.> n:'.-. InJ..

tIel.rrrfth. l.'elinafe-v" .;. r J-.oirs., --ftted The th? ?n V-i r.. '.; the n(3cJ tire to was dest.oy incendiary evidence and of Patrick Brown, cf Nebraska Ci y, to An hon/ unp.asei. u. a
.p. !i cl e.k for 1EO. The man x.- former.Th was inarrie-l to, .i--. He c.- .
II .... a u i "
:-." '''UJH- \., :; i. vd for the grand jury
: ": \..". : .. i're JKJ rneiir a ,*-d -il, \rho 11'11; chi: u-n. ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. ;
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6 ;' f" THE FLORIDA 'STAR, THURSDAY, DEC. 13, lS S. "



Eel as Poisonous as Vipers.In slime collects about the teeth. The I Consumption Surely Cured. I a zt: T n rr L-COM ro SITI.\;. CARDtw 1

a recent number of The Nuova An To THE EPITOU-riea!\e inform yonr readers that ;
is There is feel-
appetite poor. a I have a poMtii* remedy for the aboce-uarued'dtsear.r. EPPS'S COCOA. I --.
tologia published at Rome Professor 1 \. 01' GR.\8
By its timely u-e thousand of hot I b. "' ,
like load the
Masso gives the results of some experiments ing a heavy on stomach cases hab..u enuauentlv cured. s.hll be BREAKFAST.

that he has lately made with the ; sometimes a faint, all gone glad of to..cl.l two liottlf ot luy remedy FREE if II>wig am ":1.I.. .11.> .,. vii Viiow 1 It':?r ot t': e natural law.
yonr leaders who !lace consumption tht'y
Mood of eels and of certain marine fiahes. I'eu.lll1" office aJdriRespectfullv -. I' tii" .1 ; '.. !11 : ."' i t"T..tl4'- rig.:i: ,.t.to anl :11:. ;. .AHTAIUfABWllTIlitKtick
their anllo"t !-
sensation at the pit of the stomach express ,,,. ,. ,
If the conclusions drawn by the professor i till) .11W : '"' + r.i.:efnl | t luatu. i>! the fate pro-
T. .\. New Yoik. j..*.th'" M H'-ll-celooted P-Toa. :.1. 1-:pni. hal pro- :
SLCCU3I, M. st.
which food does not satisfy. The C, l"I.l'c&rl ; Ledge,
from these experiments are bound it 31 \tJ.il U iitKtLijft ubl* mii uiVli aleit14_ ,..re.l t1t.n.la.
would seem that were an eel I providedwith sunken the hands and I' be'..i. ... \.1. may. tsve nit )n.iray ht Isy .i....'......' _
eyes are I bi'-. It i. .< 'h j"1.1kl"t11i use .'f ..uci article
an to inject its ovnbltxx : UucklenS Arnica Sa\e. I L. GAULDEX,
apparatus D.
feet become cold and After I lift t.lt.\: e nxtittul HI >nt% iw uradiiall* built lip I
clammy.
] into a wound as the serpent injects II I The best salve in the world for cuts, I lIi.c1 .:1"i- .t..u ii t.> n-.HI fver\' .1'lId.w. taro ".
Ins when he bites eel in awhile in at first dnai'-. I.L. ?f..notir iii.aelr ;.,t> :!oat!. im
an sets dry fever
venom I a cough I bruises sore, ulcer, salt rheum, I "M". u r>. nv <.> attax'k w herrvrr there i.. 4 AT70HKEY-AT-LAW
the mud would be every bit as objectionable : but after a few months it is attended sores, tetter chapped handchilblain, -, | ,,"I"7.! ..-niT e< thing make in the and -1'1- \e4 fwtifir.l wjtii I'llr- I lfx>Ain Titu \ille .
a as a grass. corn and all skin eruptions' po-i-j i : i . Florida.
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s rri.
rihd t'an's-r' <
with greenish-colored *
a: expect
Professor l anxious
lasso! being;: to ascertain required .
tively cures pile or n-j .. .
pay .
| (; t'j.. : ',1Y with *if ihiv wet. T milk
whether the blood of those saltwater oration. The patient feels tired It guaranteed to give perfect ".iti-fac- ;, s..:" .1' I' t:'ul h''-. ti Hr.\....... :.C'.'iird JOSE? & WILLIAM-. -
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fishes that died when put into tion or refunded. Pric5 cent I t" !'. '!':, :\. <'O. H.iiiiiMp ii. L'I t nn-u. i iU&'ueJs.uILau.
the while and does not | money ... .
fresh water differed from the blood of all sleep l>er box. For ale by all drug storein K .1'.1. -1 ,

those that survived the transition from seem to afford any rest. After a j Titusville, and on Indian hirer I .', I!

salt water into fresh. compared the scrum n lJ A Q !\I 0. f Titusvilie 9
irritable -- --- r E'
time he becomes nervous, ; ----- .1'1 j Fkrj II
of the blood of the and of other ( I
dogfish
A.vice to rtlntliera.lira. U __
salt water fishes that tiled when placed! and gloomy and ha evil forebod- : .WI5S ,W':SOOTHING: ::: aYUL:r shonl J always I i 1'1 N e J 1 t:s ... r 1 .__ -
be used vhen cluldrcn are cutting teeth. It relieves ; Ihecabi o' M 1't:' .' 1'., t L3 M. ROliBINXATTQHKEYATUW.
in fredi'rater: with the- blood of eels and ings. There is a giddiness, a soVt i the UttlesufTeret.it once; itproducesnituraJ, form by M...-,'_ .t ;. !t. .r..o;) ."c.I r mal.en presrrt GEt
certain other fishes that were not hurt quiet sleep,and the little cherub awaiesa "bright followed in the i,_ '. : 'l.,,e r. 'rllllen.tf.
by the change from salt water to frxvh. of whirling sensation in the head as a button." it is very pleasant to ta te. It bet the Maaon & IJsi..i.!r t ..tc u .... .
.
soothes the child.sotteos the gUIlS,allays all pain, wined th"lr ':
: '
Of the first named he found the serum when rising up suddenly. The regulates the bowes,and ia the known remedy Msacn:; H- 'i In t. -i of' the Trrr
of the blood clear! and limpid and tasting for diarrhoea, whether nnsmsr from teething: or cneq:talk-1..c. t, .. .> .it ful! "ii-LE. FiAM. \.
bowels become costive the skin i-: I other bctt: .
of salt water; while of the others the ; causes. Twenty-live cents a at all of "ic ,,:t \ .11 t > nf --- -
}'ari", 1567, 11 i r '" I'r 1 !cn
scrum was of a yellowish color with dry and !hot at times ; the blood FUN SALE.A with t..stIaLl*..* t'kwfl t 4v ,.rt i 0.1&1- s THR.\IIFILATTORNEYATLAW
.. I ___
1'o" .
white and blue reflections like petroleum becomes thick and stagnant ; the tract ot land IndiuiRhti. in =!k. en tnet'.te.-hl the hi Y':s*.>'- .. u- : -.3.."v Ztt'ak.r .

and of a burning and acrid taste. f county of Brexard!, CORM-III'-Z I't ...;-; trated ca.iak>z!*" %'.# T ) ..90. free.3Ia.an : ,
whites of the e'etfhrcome.. tingedwith : ......; .. ,..
with the latter u. t'M
Experimenting by injecting I ;v u: .e !":r- : ... .
acres; it lu'in:r lot \o.t: mid south 1 L.iit .. P. 4.1. f.s 211. \:\" R. fI.J.
I traord.n.iry ,. .. ,
c 'r t. Ui
is L1 .i. ire .
it under the skin of rabbits frogs yellow ; the urine scanty of the northen: quarter ot'sectim.) aa. u'er.or t>ja'l: I ':cr.. s J...; t.It"' A Will i ra.w. in all tl. c> iu t tI.l wrri
mice and he discovered that it excellence: . ; : ." .. .._ \ionu and Hit|>rrlt.'C 1 "Ilr'J
pigeons; and a.* ; > i i 4 L w '
-I lot Xo. hero the soutilwe. .
its elTerts lxjing and high-colored, depositing :i sediment >, : t \iUiter : art of piano : .*. .J-'r-' l' ,:: .m ,, .:' -ty. '. --- ---
deadly poison
was a ; after standing. There i1- of tli 'northwest quarter of -tvi i''noO This they e*" .1' : r t : ...JB&:........u iu- i iproveciei I /\LLEN TL HEYSi.l, : :. -

similar to.ipl'r |poisun. inasmuch u-> : )both in toun hip 31 >south ratrc ;M'! t ir.trixltrfod. .!.:y: t. e u.1-i,*tb.yeir. l2: .. --

death was caused: by paralysis of the frequently a spitting up of the food, I cast. Thi is a very desirable pittc! pt and n w'-OT-I'4:" yi""* Z f.. *. "*' ** i':'. .:-aeof-; J&TBINOF vhiclx*:. ->*;3 i i -

respiratory organs; experimenting on sometimes with a sour taste andometiinc I hammock, s..il of rich (duality, -nital} V u secured i P.-j i ,'t .. :.. ; pos- 'I Atto!! :iiuJ -Ul-LUfT LaJ UoJ Vejj ur.
dogs with this fish p jxMson and with viper I eibleimntya: 11' 4 < .'::>,' :::. uen: of
for
the
of
raisin all I-
poison the piofe>sor found that minuteas .- -* a SWCl.tl1 I taste ; this i*: i >: tropical fruits. tone, t'ire I'I .'r.." *. ._' .'renCyin- I Lake Worth l>ode (,ruIt.: 1'iIrjJi
situated at the Narrow, near 1-no-: ;joNtoffice. created Ccp'U1 X3tt.2ljTt: t. fir st anting .
was the .j'"t \>tarn a*vult.u'e Will! furnish :\bftract Tit't'llWt
required to CaUlA tht death of the animalin Acireunra n:1.4. u-r t":. .c:. ...1.1 front three '
of the heart the vision becomes particulars address hundred pareba "" ,(:' -icia -". and tuntw, Cent, Itopeth.rwIb Count luntLo.
few minutes it wa one-th'.rd more ; .
a I E. 31. LOW. :*:!!5 'n. ?iv<::t..I.* +;t!...to any applicant. --- ------- ---
powerful than the fi-li p.:>iwithat ito impaired with pots: before l'1an"8 an l On&ug sold lor u.U CJ: early payP -- -
Sept. 3. Brockton. 3Ia
>s.AV >e"t+: a:so rent!! l\ BURCHFIELI
I IG ,
it three times the ,
say. required quantity !. "'.4, .
the there is a feeling of prostration I -:- MAC" : !\NJ!:: P1AC000.: _._ J.
of the li-h to produce the same eyes ; \ TKI>. Wrire H'H :
poison
11 EJTT-S-! ,...'. -> nv I... .. ._ .f _.r. "'; .iLIo.-
effect: that a certain quantity of the viper and weakness. All of these th. .irri. 'tt.o "i rt'\L.. V.ti >, ..TtUSICiBkNIr i - --- -- COUNTY SURVEYOR.
\*'x rxrlaS.l'.atra: New Yoi k. I j
poison produced In uganl to the cure in turn present. It --..---.- :-.LER COOPERAGE
;
of snake bite, Profe owll.1sO: says that symptomare ( Ip r \"e': "1-' I'rotlts Ir month. X7ill' Order- by mail win r+"/',.i\t' ..1p"j apt

the btimulants usually given are wholly is thought that nearlyone-third ,of i,, WJ: tt 2 ( .}....:- .tn 'f ri'.-t. SII" t'0" ii&JS.. 3. rap Barrels 225. attention n. calls in perrm..ttltlrnes>> .
\ flt-r..t. 'C' .n'1-iept 'r. tn ,
useless and that the only !hope of recovery our population has this disease in | .a:!i.'f. ;. a9I.: t, !e. f 'j :e.!e &: :*:;.m > JMMJHJ Gtllgt:11 l i" nler. eu cents extra. : fit'f1rtIlI.: : "L.
lies in and artiiicial t T |
tracheotomy
:: ----- --- -
of i its varied form -- -- ----
pumping of air into the lungs.-St. some j ,- .- ,, ,. t-u: :..i .'renting f ; and Repairing.C. F. .\TKIS OX.
"r + "' :; "t:an I V'lir f Jr"rttIl7. aire. 'I H :
James' Gazette. It has been found that physicians | '_._ __-- ,It.\'ale3'iiSiCLESoundDisc: t -.....
.
/ .* '" t" JJa!:a: ,gi canejcinua: oa&d wares O B. .
have mistaken the cause of this i j I r"li" i' tat Drum Aad oatraait: all device ofofoaraeanoitbpeiubilttfeaaregreet" I 1 1 I
Various Causes of ttaltluess. *' I"1-V'. ; : i .2. .., '.-,n rl,. anti Ovsil \Cater Ureakeisfr JUSTICE OF Tiic: PEACE
Doctors talk of inncrvation of the scalp, di:-:('ase. S )!lle have tre-itcil it fur aliver I % -'.,:.:_\ ra:' i*'.* by II. I!. WALES.Bridgeport Ct. i id : ?:!.{)!) nj.

and atrophy but it is not considered complaint others for kidney ------- .1 Fur the tk'ciuul Justice I)i.tDct .>f 11ft.

their place to say that the cause of inner- i ra auks 1 I vard county ; Court da\" >, third Xooisr.

vation eczema and paralysis of tho skins (disease etc., etc., but mole of these ;! ..... ,. \ ol each month.
; z la R BALSAM i :115.,1 t'uuI'El: m< 10 0 l( er'l
want of needed cleanliness. Think kinds of treatment luivebctii 't- the p.puartl.ritefordresinL :

what state the face would be in if it wcro ; ,= a' ti : h..,, cues el en i iHlr iI Iw .J.1 .(/... .
telllcd'rith success ; for it really: i = gray, n. d l.erei tirg L'ondrat, ii I I THE MUSIC HOUSE OF R@FJOL
washed only once in six weeks or longer; it clean-e ti scalp, stop the i f ; : ; .- < i"; "*. : : Florida.
and the condition of the constipation and dyspepsia. It i-: i 1m. Lair ( endii u-etopeaie. .
imagine scalp -- --- ---- -------
t 1 1 i at Dmj .
with its thousands of oil glands and its also found that Shaker Extract < .f I c wade Trees For Sale

hairy growth to detain all the aboundingdust. : DERCORI\JS. ..
CurativeSyrup
The wonder is not that people lose Hoot: or Mother Seigel's Thesafet.sur'eatanti' ,be:.cn' for Corrs Bunions,&c. .A..B. C 1.M1'BELLJaehsoii
Ptopsallrnin. I r ire + 'f'rttof'ef e'\erfal! At Lv Pri ice?. -
then hair, but that they have any to lose. when properly preparedwill to cuiu. lJ cents at L.'Uois.. l:.ocw. & (;0.. N. V.iit&TtiLUTS .

The cause of much baldness and --- ----- -
thinningof -- -- ------ 6O.OOO in
this disease all its Nursery.
lemove ill \"HK Fla.
the hair is the choking of the bulbs by I I %

neglect. The next potent causes are dry, ( stages. Care must be taken. 'however :1l'i! ,':.. I '.\-. !I.IL1rE1 I

overheated air of rooms, which destroysthe to secure the genuine iii title.] I i City Point, Fla.
vitality of everything in reach M
F ----
withers bloom draws the skin into IT WILL SILL BETTER THAN COTTON.'I iff1IDV1DISCOVERY. I will tell and Deliver at your nearest
EXHAUSTED
wrinkles and dries the hair by the roots Mr. John E.lIc1l1ptin tall, of Chullafirmec AWl VITAliTY station First-Cla-*

-and also nervous dyspepsia which denies rrUE8ClI\CEOr.-1
Cleburn Co. Ala. writes !
nutrition to tho tntire"stcm., including ; ,; THE. !lENCE/ ; LIFE the :jrea: i!

the hair. Those causes, want of j j "3Iy wife has been so much bene- -=- OF : Medical; .*(,rk of the I PX..i.t'J: OS

care and cleanliness dry heat and indigestion 1',1. "' =lIFE l a':con '!:U11u.o.l,::trv4a I
fitted by Shaker Extract of Uoots.or l'.II" < triM'd in U1W l"t'M'UUgo. "
lie at the root of poor hair. | 3lnd \\iiiiileriiii cnred.perikliiim ---_-- :: : -- one ai.d r:.;tical; UK

Wearing hats or bonnets frequently Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup ilirifirtifMi.il\.HIimt nolt..i.lvhuily .. bitty rremature D''I

or long at a time is an unsuspected:: i that she says she would :rather be I'iru-.y ,lth 11,1.,1, l>\' ': n;>r s"h'mg.?iiie (.'uur:. 1IIO'lJ{ THYSEL.cline..tho Errors utuo.cl of\ra..
cause of grayness and falling locks. Cus- | Great iU1Ul"'IH' n<- to.. currr.poudeflee fe! consequent thereon. 300 pace; S \o., IJ.> u-I
c'la..st'
without of her food than without
tom should be amended to allow womanto j! part p. r'fl.e.-tll-. with (] inn. n. of l1r \\-111.\. Him acriptious for all diseases. Cloth"full silt! ,or.If it. 11)i; LI: S JUjMTV tiiki. and .tin r t...i.'> u .I tot
by mail, tealtd. Illustrative sample free corn:; 1.lit U :-1..1':0. l'h">.>r |.U.'ii l.1 .11'i t. 1.: a
remove bonnets: wherever possible-on i the medicine. It has done her motnl. rP'vurld fa ut'tl Spe'iali"t in Muitl lie<>ei I
:and ddle-ased Send The G Id and t.t .r'.sail !o.
'i lrauieli'. eul nv tu now. >: "eaxr.4rtMt1(111. 1\ ill !>>} long journeys, in heated concert rooms, more good than all the doctors and ; .t a.1.,there.rt at 'Ihonlpen t Ii4 I y the nre-t 1'bychuhi >- Juw elled Medal awarded to the author by the Nat.on-: I i I any liot.rrt wan .MT w..wan < u ...W. a:.,' D at
theatres and public galleries. The "li- 1'rllf. .V. LOIS.TIE. 2 J7 I'llthw... New York al:Mcilical.Ast"OCistion..oddress P.O. Box lyj%IHJ-- I' ,uitstattury. I will iy ft-itki b4 lu .a J*. -
all other medicines put together. 1 ton, 3lass.: :; or Dr. W. II. PARKER, grad:::':o of : 'a-h and 910.. tucntli ou a Pui"f. $!.<> f 1'' .*':'aa4J
brary headache familiar to women I :':'11. Harvard Medical Colleen e, 25: year practice in I'o-- j ->; a ,'''utb on 411 Urvaii uiii.1.. I.. -t.'t tad
who spend much time studying in public I would ride twentymiles to get it ton, who may be consulted confidentially Otlcc, I HI ore tl.an "rda.r'\ ,"I. UIi thrs u" U1rnterltls
ry tvEu 6,000,000 jawph.lan .,.ai f; No. 4 Bulfinch St. Specialty, Diseases: of Man. ....\"OLe call' .w1 .. ..,.CIIUu tLi. ) .... Iof'
libraries in senseless habit with their I into the hand of any sufferer if he cf the largest and meet reliable paFs house tryst,and to buy they aedr r ., Cut this out. You way clever bets it again. | 1"RLl: C' ;-r.\I.l>ilt!. P..i tMk.I lull n,f..tL "."*.
bonnets on, is speedily destructive to the *>he. t {ltI..,('. Stnnu*. Wliu.. l -i ;.* ci'.":>''' \"
hair as well as the nerves. The unns.cCbsary -! can get it in no other way. I believe Ser '-.r't'u.: .. 101.Ii in fart .-.,Ty Mi...*a. InMiun!. "*
Ferry' Opened for the Season. i iSfe.VA that I* made. aw al ,*'r) l..w j-m-r.. !*ial-f a.
heat and pressure on the brain it will soon sell in this State 1.1..ta ll'.t..l"o.lI..lO. 1 bv e aWW pie's r L **
while reading is most mischievous \Yo- D.M.> FERRY A CO erg ruin who i:, intertsteil: in his own -'.!uic at lOcfUU |...r c."|!:'. i.!I' u I'.. *. r '.1.' ;'.*
men in class rooms and leading rooms better than cotton. acknow lodged to be t: j welfare will be pleaded to know tha I Mnmc at I"rt.. ....r t;.'>|>y. :> tau B".la a& 1 t. '..:
Seedsms.iIn
-_-_ c Largest 1 I Vocal and ll ..trunn-l.Ul MB.Ht 51. rerbal4
should lay aside their head gear, if only -- K the world. uW bed. it -
TESTIMONY FROM TEX.S.I centAny iirrf otbr t lassie ,
for a half hour. The harm done by going .tip" D M.FEEBT 4 CO'T ANDREW GIBSON t f 3') per C"I.t hl\tw\.uMirhrm).ru-... Bo**. a -

about hours and days with a bonneton I Mr>. S. E. Barton, of Varner, Illustrated and Priced Descrptive Keep the finest oysters to be found in 1 Cat.k'J.l:1Jt'plrt'ereseh: : SLeet UJU..IC IZf'. lU cents Seas !or

shopping or visiting, is the cause
Co. Mo. writes that she
llipley I SEEDANNUAL ':i'iot-s'jl'(' nt.i3Iet.U"1I .
doubtless, of much falling of tho hah A. 3. Campbell. Jsdn"mi':
which tho is loss had been long aillicted with dyspepsia ) Jt' For 1089 -S'T 'I.E '
owner at a to account ;will be mailed Tfltto AX( irvEi ix TO SUIT PATRONS. 'I this paler 1011 r.
I all applicant*, ar !
Dare's Letter.
for.-Shirley
i and disease of the urinary to latt rear's cust orat--. -( .
'without ordering it. lit/Hi,.
Strange Disappearance of C' ,. organs! and wa* cured by Shaker TarleetCanllIlowerl abletoan EverytKfr-oncvi" plain anti Fancy Cake made to order.ItitLir's PARKER'S
m Carden,Field or Flower tin BALSAM
Every trade has eculiarities| about it Extract of Root- He-/ J. J. Mc- C.r:7.FERRY&CO.Detroit in '' should send for it ,Addre Site .. Hiwl ahrayi on unit I p Cleanses HAIR and beauties tfc.ka

that are inexplicable. A notable instance wire, merchant of the same place, I AK a tint-class Harbor shop attached. __ Promote a luxuriant c"tN -.
of this is the strange: manner in JOHN F. STRATTOft & SON I m.1! Never Fails to Rtttor tCrty
I who old Mr<. Barton the medicine MeaN at MIl hours; fioni ."> aa. m. to 11 p. r ytt" HairtoitYostlfulCe
which diamonds and other precious : l'artle U'-.irn-j to leauf on monung mail J Prevent[)amtrwt an"trdr dErs
stones di apix-ar when accidentally i says he has sold it for four years boatinil n.iek> will i>It aM. note this. t' Nit and a 11ea/1trrev'NMallorya

dropped by a dealer while handling them. r : !
and never knew it to fail. f iZi J
It really seems said a jeweler to a i
S. Line
reporter "that these valuable stones ha\o SHE WAS ALMOST DEAD.I ,
the power of motion. A diamond I
end was so low with dyspepsia that Importers of all kinds of
dropped at one of a room has been

found in the dust at tho further end o! I there was not a physician to be Mouth Harmonicas, :NEW YORK: AND FLORIDA.

tho apartment. '49 Maiden Lane, New York. 34
"On another occasion I I found who could do anything with FROM NKAV YOKK CITY V1W3I FKKNAMHXA: ,.
saw a stone JOHN F. :>TU.VTTON .'tOX., i'lin. :I. 1.1. LAFU\ IllIL'AT.tLNTI.E t TlaET11.1.: .}'. lAEfcT 1HO* t
that was dropped to the floor from a me. I had fluttering of the heart I 4J: VlbhN Li.t NEW YOKK
xr.l\'I YOIlIi UCSTOXSD I'll IL.\1)1L1'III.t.
loose setting, and after hours of fruitless and swimming of the head. One I ,
search this same stone found m
*
was >
the Iron STATE TEXAS CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, E
OF
I read called Steamship* ,
the show window six feet from where it day your pamphlet crsfQ --
GllANDE, the Florida Service.
fell. "Life Among the Shaker which dis- Import;>"Maimtactnw-rs: and wholesale Dealers compose
"A friend of mino and a customer of I in all kind of l'asxa gc Rates, between Florida and New York aluaj

his spent two hours in looking for a cribed my disease better than I Mus.cal Merrh>ndiusaalBoxe8.: Baud. lustru- the Lowest.
Vlt-hrateJ Russian
diamond that flew from the tweezers in could myself. I tried the Shaker meuts.ttatt"u'Out \iohn" Strings C4 S?" Hates of Freight always Low as Competing Lines

which it was held for inspection, and Extract of Roots and kept on with Early Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. IV. RA111fconnects

when they had given up the search in JOHN F. STKATTOX \: SON, with steamer same day at Ferua'ndina.SCHEDULE..

despair it was found nestling cozily in I it until to-day I rejoice in good

the thick black beard of the customer. health. Mrs. M. E. Tinsley BreI Importers .
-
*Other precious stones seem to have I 7 e S T I4 \ and Wholes-ale XOr.TH.UOSI>Steamships sail from Fernandina every Thiirs hu i'. m.: ala:

the same faculty for disappearing. A I vier, Muhlenburg Co, Ky. !. A Dealers in arrival of trains from South Florida, and morning trains from Jacksonville

short time ago a dealer allowed a fino : For sale by all druggists! or address follows :

topaz to slip from his hand. Tho spoton t i the proprietor A. J. White Limi- JIITSICALlerGhandise CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Captain Wilder l ....................... Thursday, An*.

tho floor where it fell and %in fact CAKONDELFTT, Captain Evans..................................... ...Thursday t'PtI3tl

every part of the office, was thoroughly ted, 54 Warren St., New York. I CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Captain Wilder...............-........Thursday, "

searched, but the stone was never re CA11ONDELET, Captain Evani.......................................-Thursday, tk

co"eredCbicagC News. IIou's This O T.las ataltl; 49Maiden I CITY OF SAN ..ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.......................Thursday, Oet .....

We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any / CARONDELET, Capt. Evans...!................................... ....Thursday,
What Is this Disease That is case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking 9 Lane seta1t
o bocTH-EooD-Steamships Bail vt TulM **
from foot
Hall's Catarrh Cnre.F. J / New York Pier Xo. :1, E. 1: ,
COIning Upon Us I at 3 p.m.. as follows
J. CHENEY & CI proprietor, Toledo O. NEW TOP...
; ,
We, the hate I September 5th. 12tb Tilt
I undersigned known J Cheney John F. Stratton & Son's Calebratel During thfl yellow fever steamers K l>ed rtt Wtwc.aCer
j epidemic will coi lircelir regular
Like a thief at night it steals up- | for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable and Fernandin Order freight

The able to in all business out transactions and financially Russian Gut Violin Strings, 3-Dire .t all Freight via 3Illory Via this Steamship line Un from !'i..1'0.: :1 E. R. >*.Tack K
on us unawares. patients I carry any obligations made by their w'K
firm. THE FINEST IN THE WORLD &Special \xeutsare located at all principal point* through FlorkU, 1Iawr.tfcM*eM

havo pains about tho chest and \Vet Jk Trnx, wholesale drugguts. Toledo O. Our Guarantee. a Dealer recenes a complaint information* obtained. eitf
If2 Staterooms and Wrtlis and Frnawh
Welding. Kmnan & Marvin wholesale (which he believes te be honed) from secured in advance from Jck cnviH*
sides and sometimes in the back. drug. any ..-TntDs from F K. i N. I;'y. rnn directly to ahip. side at emaudina..
OhioE.
I cists. Toledo c musician to whom he has R H Van Hoesen. cashier. Toledo he is authorized to him another tt Any further information be obtained from .
National by us give string "*
Juka.aaakit.
feel dull and the J. M CUTLER Passenger Agent. corner La. and Hogan strut.
They sleepy ; Pank Tolrdo Ohio.lIall' without charge, and all such loss will be made \V. SOUTHWICK
Catarrh Cure In taken' Internally, acting good by as! to our customers without quibble or Agent. Fernaudma. IlL
mouth has a bad taste, especially directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the question. (Beware of imitation) H. II.R4YMOXD, General Traveling Agent

in the morning. A sort of sticky system.Sold by Pri all Druggists*e J5c., per bottle. 24 Dealers. Trade will supplied pleae send at lowest for pnces.descriptive catalogue. 34- C H. MALLORY & CO. General Apts Her 20 E. R. NEW YORK OH a







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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, DEC. 13 1SSS.

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.
'J Jt'lla of Cbevrlns Gum. I c. ACTOR: SORG: :rvt: :
; tells me that chewinggumkale
: A pbyEician in which gown people should SCOTT'S

indW-e ssd wliica parents should not Hardware and EVAPORATORSMAILS
ichildren. 'Is it worms than I
tubscco! I ked.h A thou- 1
;
. times" was the reply. -A girl
JI1d EMUlSIONIOF General Produce .
dl' do enough chewing on a cent's e C>
try of gum to rcasticato her food for a .

tti for treel the ordinary The hinges work of the of an jaw orililite are- J II IIda PURE COD LIVER OIL MERCHANT. Anti Syrup Makers Supplies.

>: and they won't stmdmy more. !E2 HYPOPHOSPHITESAlmost CO: Florida
rry Jlolbourne. -
1c-in s gum is something like drinking .
calls for another as Palatablo as Ftiillc. t'I':2:
and
..hiskr..one nip I : For Catalogue and Copy of So ahutuGrower's
A. M. Hamilton & Co.
crunch begets another. It excites So dligtxlsrd that it can be taken ,
e the>ie whicli lie about the jaws to a digested, and assimilated by the most i Guide, address
nerves sensitive stomach, when the plain oil TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA, .
bad: of pcritual motion, which doesn'tuntil Cannot be tolerated; and by the com = CHAP IAn & CO MADISON I: fflft)
case: their strength is exhausted ninatlon of the oil with the hypophofrphites I t'fcrq Wholesale Dealers in ,
laven't been chewing quite long is much more efficacious. j

p\\0 g;h to see its ill effect, but our Remarkable as a fresh producer. Indian River Oysters TIlE

j31 are made like the jaws of other people Persons gain"rapidly while taking It* j j = I
and we might learn a true and use- SCOTT'S
EMULSION is acknowledged by : FISI-I
AUTOIVIATICSELFSKIMMING
fol lesson from ll storj. Chicago Tri- Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation I

tcne.; in tho world for the relief and cure of'i Green Turtle and Game.

of Our :Mines.: CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, .
Tho Output GENERAL DEBILITY CD All orders A\ill receive prompt anti careful attention -
It is very imposing showing that thetau DISEASES WASTING = whether by tuleguiph,
I
EMACIATION
letter or person. 17
statistics makes in its '
of mining : COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS.I

sport of the production of metals in the The great remedy for Consumption, and : AND
United States for 1687. The aggregate pasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists I 00I Geo. E. Chase,

Sao of the output of our mines is set __ I Perpetual Evaporators 1
__ _._ __ II
i down at $338,056,345-figures whose I I I .J <:::>

. ;niicance can only be fully grasped by l O
comparing them with values in other departments I ( Ship Chandler AND: THE

of production. It is difficult O

.M egtimat9 the amount "ot labor tliatrcpt lull's PiIIsThe Pi Improved Victory Cane Mill
to the making of this enormous L cbi9 : Goat and Vcsslc Supplies, all Kinds

total. The census of 1880 ranked as Patent Anchors Chains Hloeks, OUR SPECIALTIES
Canvass, Cahanizedire
miners some 234,288 persons, not includ- dyspeptic,the leblJltated,whether Hope, all sizes, TentsSprnee Also Portable
fcr 7,310 oil well operators, and noteonating from excess! of work of mind or I I Ladders Soda Fountains.
,drink in ,
at all those engaged in the care body or exposure Oo, Copper faints ?al''I, 1-2 ;:al'-, qtx. l L Prices Low and Goods! Guaranteed.
mining machinery. It would prob. Malarial Regions i d. L1bY Spar Varnish! sal's 1-2 pal'sqtspts.

ably be safe to put at 3':>0,000 the number trill find Tail's'lnll! thc most genial, :R ': fJt Oils and Leads all kinds.

of those who are now directly engaged restorative ever offered tho suffering I c r. W. PEVOE & CO'S HEADY MIXED PAIXTS, NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
, in all departments of mining industry, mulid. I d In fact anything for Building orSailuip boats

. tad such a calculation may at least servo Try Them Fairly.A : i ie t Hart's clock, 9O East Ray St.,
ii a basis for determining the productivevalue :
of the army of laborers thus em NtroiiffneriCMumluchcerfiiliniiidttillrcsnlt.vigorous! body pure blood strong. I .J.\CliSOX'"II..I..I:. 'FI.OThC ..\.

The Epoch. ------- If have
ployed. EVERYWHERE.When U --- you any

I BUYERS'GUIDE ia
How Senatorial Speeches Are Timed. I1 March and Sept.,
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President pro tern. Ingalls uses the old ------------1 year. It is an ency. OLD FURNITURE

fashioned time glass to measure the five -""" .-, ,k"P. :i"O: I rd : > for of all useful who intor-pur- I ,
of the When
minute j-jx-eches senators. () the luxuries or tho i Such as
the senator begins the glass is invcrtul, I of life. \Ve
tad when the sand has all run out ho is I 'd O S 1 can clothe you and furnish you with
eof stopped promptly. The other day a cJp.E 1 all the necessary! and unnecessary CHAIRS,
to rule,walk dance sleep,
his five minutes appliances
who
Bcaator thought en- I 1g"1J eat, fish hunt, vork, go to church,
tirely too short demurred when the president ,::- or stay at home, and in various sizes, SOFAS
pro tern told him his time was up."Tho r. I!, -S 0 styles and quantities. Just figure out ,
chair H guided entirely by this what is required to do all these things
Fl" T'o COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair ORGANS
1'J glass! said Ingalls firmly, holding up estimate of the value of the BUYERS' ,
the tvrin Lul ? with the sand all in the ti GUIDE, which will be sent upon

!lower c>!'i r. As the president pro tern is OPi receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, PIANOS,
almost :.J absolute as a baseball umpire, I say Cum I fit not mean merely to I MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. I

nothing more was said. As Ingalls rc- stol turn them again.fur. 1 a MEAN tune,and KA1/1LAL th,-n have: CLUK;!ih"m;! .ic- .. Q Irttrl 111-114 Michigan Avenue, ChicagoIll.Iiirti BUREAUS
afterward another westerns I ,
bark 'd to have made tho disease of ----- ----- -
"It takes sand to run the senate." I l.l.JtdV1
-Philadulp'iia' llecord.Heautifyln FITS, EPSLEPSir or BEDSTEADS

FALLING SICKNESS: I I-i ,
the Tenement House Or any other Furniture that you wish
;;
A lifelong study. I VAUU VKT my remedy to
One of the pleasant things in the progress CURE the worst cases. Because othes have RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED
of New York city is the steady improvement failed Is no reason for not now receu ing a cure N ,
bend at once for a treatise and a inns MOTTLE
in the condition of Mulberry of my INFALLIBLE KEMEDV. Give Express JEI Call on the undersigned, at the head
Baxter and other streets in the densely and 'o"t Ottirc. It costs you nothing fur a 8 o e 1 II I- i i of :Main: Street, Titusville, where you
trial, and it will cure "ou. Address '. /
populated part of tho east side tenement I. I I I can have all or any of the above article
H.C. ROOT.M.C.Pt.RLST.r E YCRK .":.. i
district They ate bad enough yet, iu : 1 ;:; made to look as well as! Xcor; will
.. lf'-I .. 'tlc4; ; I" : I f call at residences when work not be
can
Ill conscience, but coaipared with what .bim.l': .:r. ". .
they were a few years ago they are really e: ......!jl'-. ...-.!-'.,,-.., ': --.. :'.'1 .. .. .'.;,, I moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental
"'d --
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J beautiful. The boa. of health annually r (:tt"n- ." Sign Painting a specialty.
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Cleans out entirely some of the worst ot i: .
t til 1 1 = '" ,,' ') ::,'21 VV. B. E.NqX.:
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the rookeries, and thO'ii, that remain have _. .';\.V'I' 1
to bo kept lilxrally dosed with white- '.' : \ ;s Titus*illc, Flu.
\ "' qq ; : : ; ,I ivtf.
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*:ash and repaired and overhauled frequently .. It.n
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fir I .
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CI in order to muster with thaInspectors. .. t. 11
pass '"
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It is how much
1i astonishing {'. II. SCOTT
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lt 1t better a houco; looks after hallways that 'at A y tyM+ a =! fI 0 .. '.. ...' -.'...""" -c. 'r't' Is ,

Meked with a damp ooze have had abcavy i j.J s: ... .) {....,- r.VSTKKN
out uf wlntcxvash. and how fresh r-.... IIAIIMKESSIX SALON) .
i l ino boards will brighten up walls and bII

. teiUngs formerly coveredilh: dirty, 1 L t:; Cfo, fijTr kiA f V \i*iA If you want a clean} and easy bn\"P,
|roken plastering. Factories and htonv U i 'i 11 *A y jw\\ A> clean as barber ever gave,
tt] nouses, al>o. are encroaching upon tho I -I COO = i ? trawv T3Ms Ju: t call on me at my saloon,

cCd domains of dirt, icu and dUca&e.Oldming tJ At morning, eve, or afternoon.

. the inhabitants out into part II)
I'll cut and comb hair with
your grace
f uf the city whero at least there i is mora diJR HOMEIS To suit
f the contour of fate
your ;
Iresh air:bettor H:;htand cleaner streets.sew I To I'll.c
I you a good shampoo,
York Sun. NOT FURNISHED The art of which is known to few.
=
lie Resolved to Ulse. -flJ My scis! or's sharp, my razor's keen,

:; ; Fifteen years ago, two poor boys from LIPPMA5WYRAFBSEVonderfd : f WITHOUT ONE. My shop is a ways neat and clean, .

the old town of Plymouth in New England ,, CD IJo SAVNNII, tn., ov.l. 18S8..M And everything I'm sure you'll find,
1'4 l..1.LI'J !n; forty ?L us.it.i" :".>:-SJn :,' *tctm*<'4 made To suit the taste and t> ease the miml.
of tho
went down to lonely
a part .
'i"i 1ltLitailtd biiicu 1S7U.u. .
J F'r; LJ ( ;>> \> .i.
i coast to gather a certain sea. weed from CliIL ; end Iht ..tin t.I' 'u."l f\,n kUt>'t UII. And now to all who patronize intend,
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the rocks, which when bleached and curl-s t'w ( 111: '" .111.1 f, '."r. ; ,1 ..1'.,;.' : tlt'"l.g11"t'sllna1ltLl EQH r.=:= u.("X> : t.'nuM u.itl 'Iff.urv vo!.I last year. Just come along and bring.,"our friend,
h '.1th hI ,' .
: i.tlgitl: '; tl'l'I:: 1. ),(Jua our nt'tritf1.1tt.t jrur. LolverPrices;
dried And I
1 U sold as Irish moss for culinary Hfitii It.Niruiiiont-i; l'u.r Termuutl assure yon I will try
purposes. The boys lived in a little hut suScnr.- greater lin.ii-4-im-i wiH ;;uiu 1:4 tliia In.crcaee.t My very hot to sati-fy. may?
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l on tile beach thewere out before dawn .lIc.TIollnucli
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I or H\lIH''i ytt ansnppliedsallh
to gather tho which hadto
moss
or prepare I' '
be
/rumentstoet td'tot to-k'.i.v enio'lug
:; bo wet with salt water many times, I t -jtj the:. thl'Oulh ("8' .'.t.y syhtetl of"'t"Uiug.C' THE SLOOP AGNES.
j and spread out ia the sun until it was \SI1 to mv clown not rerdrcl.Vc haveA
jj j thoroughly whitened. U1J 1'i': \Nbyx\liiou. WlTHOfT IU!" h, any commanded by
bill* call obtain r u Instrument of any Style CAPTAIN
They hall one hour each day free from e 0s or I'rlre, DiiiltiMrf. either 3IONTIILY, JOHX MCLEAN
I I work. One of them spent it lying on : (Cr\UTK'IIA
the sand asleep. The other had broughtout (1'rickly.-\611. 1'oke hoot, and Potassium.) uatil Io!>1 rumell pul.l t.far, mc-umuUe enjoying use' of SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OK (

his books and studied for that hour, CURES NoextorlionutrPikes. :'\oll..t,. No For

: trying to keep up with his schoolmates.The r C not ffitur b., uf promptly nil cuiii imid.i tt 11IfIn..ttllllllent"ean Contract perfectly, GroceriesDry Goods

first boy is now a middlo aged man. SYPHILISPrimary F\li:' miu LUUlTVHia. iirotcctiutf purchasers Canned Goods,
He still gathers moss on tho coast near : from Imposition or los*.
Hats Boots and Shoes
Plymouth. Tho second emigrated to Secondaryand Tertiary Syphilis,!PrphiliUc : Write n.*and \rnrlll poh-t out the way toft ,

Kansas, became tho leading man in anew ,Eruptions Ulcers and Scrofula Old Sores.and Rheumatism scrofulous Eruptions and- c:> n tine Instrmni-nt rn..)ly anti nt a low Ladies' Shoes in great variety ;Prints all

1r settlement, and is now a wealthy. all diseases of the blood ; all those that have = PriceVomhrfnl bargains; for Fall 1883. new patterns at low prices.
: Influential resisted other treatment yield steadily and surelyto
citizen. .....
wonderful of P. P. P., the great H Better thnn any before nHere-t. Pricey
ha the power ReaJy-maJe Clothing Toilet Articles
"No work I
matter what
was my Mood Purifier. Largely Reduced. Notice tbe.e MT.CIAL. ,
1g call lately, "! always contrived to give Fry etI OFFER'zUprigb1 XOTIOA'S.Ky .
one hour a day to my education. That. SCROFULAIs
to = For the cash only.. H
tho cause of my success in lifn. Piano only $200 Mal ell 1s.46 6m.
Vouth'a Companion.A an Impurity in the blood, producing Lumps or 00 .
bores 7ta Octaves-Overstrung Scale-Three
Swelling cauein Running on the Arms,
Legs, or Feet, for the cure of which use P. P. P., CD Strings-Tiosewoxl-Ful'y!' Guaranteed
Ride In a Barrel. the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these I -Sweet Tone Catalogue Price, SParlcr GOO. WM. H. SHARPS .
Tho latest amusement at Brussels is diseases yield readily to the power of I'. P. P., Organ onjy $65 ,
riding on "Lo Chemin do Fer de 1'Ar- giving new life and new strength. I I

1nOur It consists/"or of tho an"Topsy-turvy"enormous barrel railway.openedat BLOOD POISONCured I i I Stool.Covorh.tnctorMuslcJook Ila.il Four 'o.aoCabo.tM 1.et..1s-1l C.atatrguePrice 8tojoB-.ou"leT"1-{ ,5400.i REAL ESTATE AGENT


tho end, and grooved so as to run in its worst form ; sometimes! In cases with and all Freight Paid.
upon n sib of rails which slope in the Erysipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain .j I Ot\er Specvd O sera jo.l.-t .u gwl. Largest Mock FOI:
center. On each side of the barrel is aseat and given up by tie physicians In tome cases I Suit t.> thJIft:fro.lt. TEX GILIXD MAKERS.
tcro ulous Ulcers broke out till the party was amass ...
and on each scat three passengers of corruption: ; a bottle of P. P. P. was SO) Dtfcrent Sty'es. Can t-tit all buyers. Write CITY POINT.
at, being strapped round the waist, and procured,and uw disease yielded quickly. I for c>italf>guef,circulars, and Free Copy of our new
taper Sharps and Flats.giving full and valuable
having their feet in straps while with
their hands they hold on to the seats. RHEUMATISMAnd information.REMEMBER Lands sold on long time with interest, or

The barrel is set in motion, and goes rfC. I' OUR LOW PRICES. on the lease system, or for cash.
down In aD Affections of the Blood p"P.P.stands! .
the incline and the other side, OUR EASY TERMS.0.E .
up alone and unrivaled, end some cf iu cures are
.. Lands cleared and and cared
planted for
the passengers turning round and round really! wonderful J PRICE ONLY. ,
1rith it. Tho is short thebarrel If you Buffer from anything like !Srphilia: ; ,Scrofula ';! HANDSOME OUTFITS. if desired; by contract or otherwise.
journey a onfc DV1; Sores Rheuma
Blood Poison Ulcer ; BEST INSTRUMENTS. .
rolling completely over only four any disease of the blood, be sure and
tiim'por I ALL FREIGIIT PAID. Refer to E. M. Breeze Detroit )
,,", tunes, and then stopping with Its passen- P. a trial. Mich..
tens The P. P. P. (Prickly Ash Poke Hoot and Potas- "'- 13 DAYS' TRIAL. Jno. C. :Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. AV.
seated right. side up again. dam)is no secret patent medicine like the many I MONEY SAVED ALL. and J.StrasTazewell Court
fare Is 80 centimes. Many women ride on the market. Its formula Is on every bottle, I House Va.;
to it, their skirts fastened by a strap at thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole. LUDDEN&BAT&SSOUTHERN and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada for
aomenega that no other blood punier does give. j whom I have made
the ankle.-New York Sun MUSIC HOUSE. SAVAKNAK. GA. cjOTes.



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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, TIIURSDAY, DEC. 13, 1SSS. _

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I..OC.\I, L.1COXICS. -Mr. H. II. Harrison of : I -Captain John Fitzgerald, of the steamer I II
I II 'I I
I I LOOK !
AT
-The ?TAR is$1.50 per annum in ad- has been in town a few days this Chattahoochee, returned from Seville THAT LAMP!

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,mce. I I -At present time the STAR has no to-day. I "'

.Messrs. T. II. and W. R. Sanders., ing advertising or subscription Oyster shell lime, of Al quality, is : No Chimney }No Smoke Ko 04ir. f

of Courtney, were in town on Monday. I Indian River. offered for sale by J. S. Watson, of Eldora. -i The Brilliance of (ia>. with th., :
.rreAt.
Procure insurance through; I --Two thousand choice Price furnished on application. i j ROY'litlWttlY e uwucyrAL t"" ence of a IIUItl.L ml". >a\_ lr.... '., t .
your : wog.
I ,i! 75 per cent. of oil by actual t,->t. (; r
Robbins :.Graham. first-class line lemon and ten thousand orange While the steam-tug CIco was land the lowest grade of ken rn.> oil \\ :i' nu. I

of coin panics. sale by E. S. Wiley, Titusviile, Fla. ing at Messrs. Oliver & Co.'s fish house i safety, a- it i* positively non-<. 11;, ,.if an.ft.'t

-Capt. Simunson i is fitting up the -Dr. Holmes: and his son, Ed., last Thursday evening: she collided with (ffi'W) f. The for one amount mol'than saved from chlaUhauj, .It
town today to meet relatives from the sloop Emily S. owned by Messrs. year pays fur 1 tri I .
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sloop Yankee Doodle, for the winter For descriptive catalogue, t'tl'. as'r! ,
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tucky who arrived on the train. Hamilton & Co., with some damage to ;;rjr' ;. '.
tourist season. J. 1 Tl'KNKK. TITfsiVILLI.
Between small but pleasant the bow and bowsprit of the sloop and : J 'L.\,
-Capt. Fromberjier and wife were in Aj\rf:1": agent for the WASZER I.
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MP
also to the railings of the tug. Thoughthe iT
parties dances and : *
prospective
and left Monday II for BrevanlOrangr ami"oIQlolia ., -. _
town Sunday craning I" i.- ;
Titusviile is getting quite lively.Mr. Emily was sunk during the night, <
morning for Daytona on the steamer ltrfers. bv prrnil.$tuu. to C*|>t Jaii< i '
she
I. and Mrs. Sydncy'llbur proceeded down the river, same as Pr4.. L t: Uuik ; J.hU r. Gras.U \ a iI|3.>1
Denney. I usual for load of fish and 11. W. Jl-iikruzie..-. H. K L. .
a oysters next few visit friends .
a days' to at I
-Cor.' I). L. Gauldcn and wife returned morning, -4i G I 23
and viewing the beauties of I I'I
from their thrccwjcks'visit at Quitman, IJ. PKlTCHAUn I're 1'h."t.
River. -We wish to call attention of our i
Georgia, having had a pleasant time, but 'I i pitt-
fruit the call published elsewhere -
to
growers
back I home again. -Mr. F. B. Sackett will
glad to I VER'B'
get for a meeting to bo held at A. L.II.tcii .
plantation of the Messrs. Camp i I INDIAN R
J A. Durst of Crescent City the
s Saturday, to take concert of action ,, .
Pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor- Banana creek, near Heath in shipping fruit and retaining it POWDEI1Absollltely i

ida, is now operating'in; Titusviile. For an stock orange and grove, .by setting till the bulk of the crop has been marketed i I iI Titu!\'III('. L'lorida.

information, address box 211. budding.It from other parts of the State. Pure.

-Mr. Chas. Howard has, for the past is whispered that a concert i This idea or a very "similar: one, was advocated A GENERAL BACKING BOSKESS 1215.
to be arranged by I at This n<"\ 1 ler never varies.m...-n'l of purity.
parties living
few days, been improving the yriung by Dr. Wilson, about five years ,trt'it Lt I. anti wh'lpsomclle81..n' "c'm.>ruical S1CTED.
and that it probably will be given than th! ,' on!ui.irv kind.4, anti cmnol l'e sold inl''IlI'olili'
orange grove owned by Mrs. M. A. Low- ago; in an article in our columns in 'ii wiM the multitude of low tent nhortwtiaht.

den about A mile west of this place. a Titusville audience atVager's t which he recommended the moving; of il.i.i nr ]>kopli.itp powder Sold only in. pioiupt Exchange attention bought:,:inn anti cullrn"nM. .I''q.t>t:.. Lo ns nnegotiated .t
. <- PowderCo.. lot Wail Street.Ni
We it carried : Uv 1.YlIll.IJmg .
hope to out.
see first *
ou inortxax t 'r 'lit
-Mr. Albert Magruder returned I fruit in large quantities late in thC:\- w cork.TE anks, Corporations au ll..di"ilual... Infer Inn
": We learn that 31 r. Sackett: has We that the! Doctor with est allowed ou time 1tNMzt>> '!.
Tuesday from his four weeks vacationat Mon. trust ;
arrangements to ship two carloads H:. .Advance made ui('" available t-i>l..it.: r..,
I three lour of -
Cartilage, N. C., and i h now preparedto or j our prominent o1'anero'rs : I EQIOALLadics' '
'push the artesian well business again. oranges to parties in St. Louis. will find time to be present at I .Approved itaeapaprrtIi'c"u:
Sackett started to-day for the Drafts ou all parts of Europr.lu >> .
of Palatka is furnishing this meeting and represent;; the northern
Loch
-) & Gents'TEST
to return about the llrs-t
expecting
f:. >iner3 done at Jacksou\' ruti*
the materal for 100 tents, to be month. part of the county, tis the meeting
F. S. Ilodires the should! be au illten&tim; : one and mutu .1JR..c X'l'_ f Every favor, con-intent with HHin-i!
used by contractor on i .
Several parties who have I banking, clieerfally ext *u new railroad from Jupiter Inlet to LikeWorth. allybenelieial to the whole Indian.
bird shooting recently Lave I aver section. Xear Itailroml Depot, COUItEs1'ONiENTS' flank t fiarkw'!I'U r,
good success, and oar school I I I }laThu seaboard SaU..us!
-Mr. T. T. Wetmore, who o\ersees. lUnk New York. &
-Dr. E. S. AVilej i., building an addition 8cht'1l I, secured twenty quail in a Tiiusv25kO. Florida.Mrs. ;
I generally, the repairing and buildiiu, of
his residence which when
to ,
:1rternnn'romp of only a !oIh.>rt di ,
completed, will enhance the beauty of the J. T. & K.Y.. sxsteni is in town, L. A. Mackenzie: Proprietress.EAis TO B.ENT.
west of here-so we are informed.
his place and give 1 him i considerablymore 1 stopping at the Grand; Viuw. He expects -- -

house Sant.i Clans' t latest telegram to have the nrw steam lighter, t! A ONE: TOIYXI> A HALF
room. Girls and Boys-My jolly little fr being built here now, read; for launch r & LUNCHES,
-Judge: M. S. Jones: and! family returned
Please this flea in the old
put
I ; ing in about a week. The machinery
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from Ft. Lucie last Saturday. Branning has received and is from the Picolata has been placed on HOUSE FURNISHED
,renre sorry to learn that his wife has Christmas gift goods to put SOUPS OYSTERS, ICE C1IEAM, ,
the lighter, and a :good house built on
not recovered from her illness, and hope
stockings. Choice presents in ;: the after-deck. This steam lighter is JELLIES, ETC.

a speedy recovery will follow. silver goods, and a fair show of thoroughly and substantially built, and At MIMS, near Station,

-Captain J. Q.Stewart, ofRockledge, inns cards, games, fancy vases and after removing the rolling! stock' andiron BREAD, CAKES & PIES.

is in town for a few days. lIe has been sets. A variety of toys, etc. for the Jupiter and Luke Worth Table Board at Reasonable rates. Families AT SG PER MONTH. .11)DltE5i,

suffering severely recently from an attack you all a Merry Christmas, as rer railroad, from Daytona, we doubt not served.

of rheumatism which even now SANTA CL.\L'S. but the companywill use her for delivering Mrs. K. J. Hamilton City Feint FlL
DECIDED HOME COMFORTS. ,
compels him to resort to the aid of a
Those who were fortunate freight; on Indian Hi'cr.Yith her __ n___ __ _______ __ _u___ _- ----- -
cane. be present Wager's Hall last long, projecting: square bow she can land .

-Mr. Teddie Booth, of Cocoa, wa are anxious to have a repetition freight: at the shore wherever there is TIN* ROOFING Tmm

in town Tuesday looking hearty and dance. Among those present were about two feet of water, and gracious

well. Messrs. Joyner & Booth have al ladies from Minis, who aided what a load of oranges she would be

about all the work in the line of boat in making the evening a ; able gather: at one. trip up the rixer. and Metal Work of all Kinds

building they can well manage, but they The music furnished by Messrs. XtlCtCount PampMut. I .

are always ready for more orders. Wager and Rice was pronounced Supt.'I
Work having been suspended the
on
-Mr. Peter Davis, of 3Ierritt, return- the usual standard. It is hoped by County pamphlet for some time, the undersigned I Corrugated Iron Roofing,

ed this week from a summer trip to that only a short time may elapse : i is now instructed to completethe Galvanized Iron Cornices.

Boston, where he had a pleasant! time. have another dance. same at once. Advertisements, to
a limited extent, will have careful attention -
His return ocean voyage: on the Gate -Mr. J. A. Durst completed if forwarded to me without TIX fill' T53'". 21OX, SOI..DKK, TIA'XKHV M'1'l'l.IHS, L"'('.

City, he describes, was as pleasant and tract on the artesian well on delay.
Estimates Given and Work Executed in all Parts of tie State.
as smooth as though made on the St. and in the way of good measure Respectfully,

Johns River. ed a few feet further than the A. L. HATCH,
W. T. COTTER Sanford Florida.
City Point. 26
Owing to the absence of Mrs. Gaul- called for, when he struck

den, Mrs. )I. :E. Stevens continued to of hard rock. We suppose a --

act as Superintendent of the Episcopal now be in order as Mr. Durst is HAY & BRYAN, 'WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOt

Sunday School on Sunday last ; and at ious to try another hundred feet

the Presbyterian school, Mr. Eacott same price, through rock like he .rto:3111: w'11A. the people of Indian River to our stock of GwK f

acted as temporary Superintendent for parsed! through. lie will start II which we are offering at very close margin.
\Ve make of
a specialty
Mr. Rumph who was ill. for Messrs. Wiley and Oliver next

-We have not been able to furnishour It will be located in the rear IRRIGATION CONTRAC'i'ORS,

Grand YieHotel.. Groceries Grain and Flour
readers the proceedings of the County :Solicit Correspondence. Hay
Commissioners at their session held -The variety entertainment, g ,

Dec. -1th as the original motions had not G. II. Altree, for the benefit of TlTt'SVIIXK, \.
l'1..0IUD.33 On which we will give special inducement We carry a large stock, of
been transcribed to the records. We an River Athletic Association, .
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GENT'S FURBISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS ETC.
know a great manywill anticipate reading rendered on Wednesday next, ,

them this week, hence we state the day of December and will consist EACOTT & CO., Which uc are offering low figures- Those needing shots! : will find it greu'Irt1:

rl'asonVb they are not given. part negro specialties and one TITUSY1LLE, FLA., their interest to give us a call as we are selling shotsery low.
character songs and recitations. We will be pleaded to quote prices at any tinw.Eu .
We received call
a pleasant Monday
from Mr. J. F. Martin, who arrived here very good talent have \' (' TINS SHEETIRONYORKERS.. T"a JBR.AD Ya
services, and with our local
from Columbus, Ohio, last Saturday .
well known, will be able --- -
they to
his and 31
with wife son daughter. r. GUTTERING HOOFING
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Martin has a cosy winter residence at very good entertainment. For ROBBINS & GRAHAM
And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
particulars see programmes. ,
his
City Point where he spends winters

away from the rigors of the north. Of on sale at Jake Birnbaum': ne GALVANIZED WORK, .--{.;)
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his six children four remain in Ohio seat, 50 cents ; admission, 35 And Repairing of all kinds -

during his stay in Florida.At Christmas Goods. Christinas REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

the meeting of the Town Coun- toys, papeteries, albums; Location : MAIX ST., neur rh'er. .
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stock of jewelry for holiday
cil to-day the new addition of North

Titusville to the legal town limits will Christmas groceries. Fresh nuts

be acted upon, and hereafter this section i figs, dried peaches apples, Pianos LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
: ricots, currants, raisins also &OrgansIf
will be a part of the town of Titusville, cranberries, Catawba and; Malaga Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
subject to all the protection and improvements -

of an incorporated town, and apples, mince meats, peach I Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors ICO percent

also to furnish its share of the taxes jellies, marmalades, olives, in twelve months.

needed for the maintenance of town cheese, Edam, Young America you want to purchase a Residence lots in Titusville from S20 up to SHOO
cream cheeses. Pigs-feet ; new Business lots from S2oO to S2,50C
government. uncanvassed. Everything in Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned -

Governor G leason,Capt. A. Bennett goods line new and fresh. or give him a call. for Florida Southern Lands
Agents Railway
and Messrs. J. 0. Walton and Geo. II. fine butter and cheese. Geo. B.
Titusville. Can sell you any of the in-
Clarke, of Eau: Gallic, were in town this :More: than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in neatly evervcounty
-Among the St. '
Augustine ( struments of he bast and lead-
week. Capt. Bennett has been orderingthe
in the State suitable for Fruit and Vegetable
dence of the Times-Union we find Farming, Grazing,
lumber for his new residence at the S' J. Fox has gone on to ) ing makers at prices that defy Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber price $1 per Acre and
above place. Go\"ernorGleaon: is enroute purchase iron for the St. upwards.P. .
to Tallahassee on laud matters. He East Coast railway. We hope the competition. .
the present season win\ see this 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.
gave our office a pleasant call. Messrs. .
eration as far as Daytona a, with a .ems
Bennett, Walton and Clarke returned to steamers plying from Daytona A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.
Eau Gallie yesterdaj' bourne or St. Lucie.Christmas Pianos and Or alls sold en>i the Installment 3I' D'4RD
Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law.

-Captain J. F. Lewis was in town Tree at plan when desired. Disconnt

this week with the schooner Ruby Dye. Editor Florida Star: to Cinrcte on Organs. BRED ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

He has made some improvements on the DEAR STAR-Please announce
Ruby changing the forward deck intoa STAR that the Sunday School at All correspondence receive Complete Abstracts of Title furilislicd to all lands In lire-
will prompt
roomy cabin ; placed davits at the will hold their 18th annual attention. Yard county, Florida.
stern for hauling: up a tow-boat and numerous at Liberty Church,on Christmas Ere( )
other changes. The is the 24th and Titles Perfected.
Ruby as usual everybody E. D. WAGER, Examined and
one of ihe most comfortable boats to ted to come, and to bring the

travel in there_ is on the river. T. JOHNSOX, Tltus'Ulc, Florida. Box 2BQ, Titusville, Fla. ...


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